Swann Wynd Bridge house is in a wooded setting and inspired by the character of English hamlets in the Cotswolds

Swann Wynd Bridge house is in a wooded setting and inspired by the character of English hamlets in the Cotswolds

Architects: National Association of Home Builders
Location: Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia, United States
Year: 2016
Area: 2.475 ft²/ 230 m²
Photo courtesy: Emily Jenkins Followill
Description:

“The Swann Wynd Bridge house is in a wooded setting, on an outcropping in the bend of a small creek. An attached footbridge crosses the creek and, together with the house, anchors a pedestrian, cobblestone road lined with houses that is inspired by the character of English hamlets in the Cotswolds.

The design of the four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath house offers the full range of homeowner experiences on the small one-tenth-acre lot, while also serving the pedestrian scale of the community.

The design combines efficient space-planning with generous details such as an open-stair hall, 12-foot vaulted ceilings, numerous large windows and tranquil outdoor spaces. The 2,475-square-foot house (with a 1,168 square-foot finished basement) is inspired by English countryside living but crafted with local materials.”

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