This little 260-square-foot bungalow was based on a dairy cultivate in Northern California for the yearly family “summer camp” on the property. It’s so adorable, I couldn’t quit grinning while I glanced through the photographs. Investigate!
t was planned by Heidi Richardson of Richardson Architects to mix with the horse shelters and different structures on the dairy cultivate.
As per the modeler, the little house “gives inviting and agreeable courtesies to the close-by tent stages/dozing quarters.”
“The plan idea grasps a fun, capricious and useful character that summons the country nature of the property.”
“Non-destructive and wear-safe materials were utilized, including excited sheet metal, fixed board and batt siding, and painted compressed wood and MDO board.”
Have a great time would it be to spend your youth summers on a ranch this way?