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Small and cozy rustic cabin in Georgia: Carolina Jessamine Cottage

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Carolina Jessamine Cottage is a two-story cozy rustic cabin designed by Our Town Plans and built by Pine Mountain Builders, located in Camp Callaway, Georgia. This charming cottage encompasses 1,172 square feet of living space with three bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms.

The design features classic vernacular details, including exposed rafter tails, metal roof and dormer windows. Extensive use of beadboard and wood wallboards helps to enhance the cottage appeal. Well-proportioned trim details are in keeping with the architectural style. A bunk room with a sliding barn door, built-in bunk beds and shelving adds to the overall rustic appeal.

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What We Love: This cozy rustic cabin offers plenty of charm, from the sliding barn doors to the beadboard walls and ceilings. Every detail seems to be thoughtfully curated to create a comfortable and inviting atmosphere that one would wish for in a cottage. We love how the home has been raised above the ground to not disturb the ground below.

Readers, please share what details in this cabin you found most appealing. Is there anything you would have liked to have seen done differently? Tell us in the Comments below!

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Above: The ceilings are 10′ high on the first floor.

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Above: The beadboard ceiling is 1×8’s in a #2 southern yellow pine.

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Above: The walls are SW 3004 solid body stain, trim SW 3004, ceiling is SW 3132-B.

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Above: The inside of the shower is a pebble tile. It comes on sheets like small tile, ceramic tile, or glass tile. The walls behind the vanity are wood bead boards that run horizontally and painted.

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Above: The screened-in porch features a .177″ diameter wire mesh in a 4″x4″ lock-crimped grid. The mesh is typically called ‘hog panel’. Ideally, it will be powder coated 6 gauge steel so it does not rust.

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Photos: Richard Leo Johnson

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Laura Johnston
1 year ago

A mountain cabin without a fireplace??!!

Marna Frank
1 year ago

I love it. Looks like home to me. I was also surprised at no fireplace, but wouldn’t be a big deal for me.

socialsea
1 year ago

Looks like two different houses when comparing the upstairs and kitchen view photos. Same or similar floor plan, different coloring for walks, decor, and cabinetry on the kitchen bar view is different. Pretty, but definitely different wall finishes and furniture. Pretty and pretty confusing if you are detail oriented.

Unger
3 months ago

I love it! Is there a way to take a tour for a possible future build?