With modern farmhouse charm and a comfortable open floor plan, this two bedroom ADU looks smart on any site. Lark Bunting’s full kitchen, stacked laundry space, and two bedrooms provide all the ease and style you need as a granny flat for multigenerational living, or this little cottage can also provide valuable rental income.
Vaulted ceilings and high windows bring in plenty of light to make Lark Bunting feel spacious and airy, and this small floor plan also boasts a cozy fireplace to make you feel at home. When the seasons change and the fireplace isn’t crackling, a large deck wraps around the exterior and beckons you outside – giving you space to relax and entertain.
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