Speaking of the Cottage Series, here’s the first prefab home in this line by Method Homes with a design by Studio 29. Located on Orcas Island, the home was designed for a Washington family wanting a vacation getaway with some of the more traditional details — sleeping loft, breakfast nook, window seats, etc — typically found in classic homes of the 19th century.
This prefab house has bamboo flooring, hydronic radiant heating, solar thermal collectors, and a solar PV system, to name a few of the “green” features.
The home is a custom version of Plan 1 in the Cottage Series and consists of two bedrooms, two sleeping lofts, and two bathrooms in about 1,484 square feet. There’s also a detached ADU used as a boat house.
Method Homes sells Plan 1 from about $222,600 for the Standard and $326,480 for the Designer version. Features include a generous covered porch, deck, upstairs balcony, and fine Craftsman detailing throughout.
Article tags: Method Homes, modular, residential, Studio 29, Washington