The Rivendell ManorTraditional Exterior, Portland

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anabcd wrote:Feb 14, 2013
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    mega buiders
    awsome ... ma dream of it..
  • tialetty
    How big is this cottage?
carlos55 wrote:Mar 10, 2016
Melody Sciortino wrote:Oct 16, 2013
  • marlaa
    I could not find one either. Sorry, I can't be of more help. I think it would be fun to create the inside on my own though.
  • Cassandra Nunley

    I'd love to see pictures of the inside of the Bucklebury cottage already built!

Sasha Black wrote:Aug 23, 2013
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    Drafting & Soil Monitoring Services LLC
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  • alohagirl007
    its called the Buckleberry plan 5033 I believe. 300 square ft. I just found it on their website
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m_deboon4456 wrote:Nov 19, 2012
  • peacebeuponyou
    That is a very cute house. I love the humbleness of it...
  • phutib
    Lovely humble abode
wkingnorm wrote:Jul 30, 2014
  • jot143
    How large is it (sq ft.?) - even tho' set up as an artist's studio. Estimate 1 or 2 BR with Bath(s)? Architectural plan layout. You leave us with so little!
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    Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
    Under each image there is a link that goes to our website, specifically to pages about the project. :) This was a small cottage built to go with our Plan 2470 - Rivendell. There have since been one and indeed two bedroom versions of this design created. Take a look at the link below (goes directly to the plan page), and look for "similar / related plans". :) http://houseplans.co/house-plans/5033/
Jdjd Jdjdj wrote:Oct 9, 2012
maureendemoss wrote:Oct 28, 2012
lobelia13 wrote:Sep 16, 2014
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    Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
    We produce house plans and construction drawings. Builders (and sometimes their interior design partners) make many color / material / furnishing / staging choices throughout the entire project, and seldom communicate them back to us. We're just grateful when they follow the design enough to photograph! :)
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Audley Loewen wrote:Aug 11, 2013
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    Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
    The day use cottage is 300 sq ft. More information can be found here: http://houseplans.co/house-plans/5033/ Thanks!
  • Audley Loewen
    Thanks so much! It's adorable. My husband and I recently purchased 18 acres of land in Madisonville, LA. I have an idea in mind to design a development that we could share with family members and thought this would be a sweet chapel for all of us to use.
Debie wrote:Sep 12, 2012
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danied2 wrote:Jun 7, 2014
  • bettychambers
    where can i see plans for this guest house
pareynolds1 wrote:May 23, 2014
atatepastine wrote:Mar 18, 2013
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    Diane Harris-Fox
    What are the exterior house colors????
paulestridge wrote:Jan 5, 2013
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    Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc

    Sorry, I can’t answer that. We create the architectural design and define the structure, providing construction drawings that are used to build the homes we design. The materials, fixtures, decor and color is decided between the homeowner, contractor, and any interior design professionals they hire. Someone else on here may be able to answer your question though. Good luck.


    We simply post pictures of completed homes here to inspire creativity, and present ideas that you may like to incorporate in your own home design, or remodeling project. We simply don’t have access to technical sourcing information regarding materials, fixtures, decor or color - and can't provide construction training outside of the work we do with clients.


    I am also now going through old questions here on Houzz regarding those items to add this "boiler - plate" answer to get them out of my unanswered questions list - So sorry if this answer has taken a while, and isn't useful.


    If you'd like to see more of our work, would like to view our house plans or consider hiring us to help with your new home design - please visit our website - https://houseplans.co.

tegroves wrote:Sep 16, 2012
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    Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
    Sorry, we don't have specific material, furniture or decoration details.. we were responsible for the design of the structure only. Material (and color) choices were made directly between the contractor and homeowner, and perhaps even an interior designer we didn't collaborate with. Good luck with your project!
Kathi Lane wrote:Nov 16, 2015
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        hi13 wrote:Apr 4, 2013

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          What Houzzers are commenting on:

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          David Maxwell added this to David's ideas3 days ago

          Roof combinations and decorative truss

          ashnikki
          Ashley Lumayag added this to Frontyard Exterior Inspiration7 days ago

          Love a cute little cottage - it'll have to be a holiday home though. Looks like a little fairytale cottage

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          HU-184779921 added this to ExteriorJul 16, 2019

          I like the three tone stone color

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