Cottage on the Hill

Built into a steep hill with close proximity to the water’s edge, the renovation to this lakeside cottage began life as a small addition & ended as a multi-room interior & exterior transformation. Warm rustic tones echo throughout the home, including a Screen Porch addition featuring a stone fireplace, phantom screens, and a timber ceiling with the owner’s vintage waterskis used for bracing. An additional level with a children’s bedroom suite was added, offering stunning lake views from high atop the trees.

Residential Design: Murphy & Company Design
General Contractor: Marquette Company
Landscape Design: Twin Lakes Design
Photography: Tony Mills {Exteriors} & Shelley Paulson of Summerset Studios {Interiors}
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“ceiling and walls” — fishtwins63
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“What we like: Fireplace (would like mantle, though), ceiling fan, lots of screens/view.” — ljrad
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“Skis on beam” — nikas
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“hardware option” — wendyh11
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“Roof” — shawn_62
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“Window setback with trim” — susanbdesign
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“All” — 777april
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“Truss” — prentz50
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“wider horiz. siding on right side porch” — jackiejiran
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