This traditional 70s A-Frame cottage in Huntsville, Ontario got a modern makeover and has become a stylish woodland getaway. While there’s plenty of that old school A-frame charm inside, the bright while walls, modern appliances, and new furniture make it a luxury couple’s getaway.
Off the front of the cottage is a large deck, complete with outdoor seating and a grill. Inside the lower floor has an open-concept feel with a sectional sofa, dining table, and newly-renovated kitchen. The bathroom has an old-fashioned clawfoot tub with a shower adaption, and upstairs the Master bed looks out of gorgeous windows to the swaying treetops.
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This 70s A-Frame Got a Modern Update
This might be the first A-frame I’ve seen painted white!
Sectional sofas are the best for lounging.
Those pendant lights jazz up the space.
Cook anything you need to in this kitchen.
Those mugs have a slight 70s vibe.
Now those are some bedside views!
Queen bed up in the loft.
Flush toilet in the bathroom.
And here’s the clawfoot tub/shower.
Get to grilling out on the deck.
Or roast some marshmallows in the yard.
• The great room is an open-concept living and dining room. Floor to ceiling, 2-story windows, up to the A-frame peak, allow for unobstructed views into the forest.
• Gas fireplace
• Cook’s kitchen incl. toaster, microwave, espresso machine, drip coffee machine and chef’s knives
• Bedroom has double height ceilings and treetop views, overlooking the neighbourhood. Just 5 houses on this little cul-de-sac.
• Newly updated bathroom with clawfoot tub/shower
• Fresh linens and towels. Bring your own beach towels.
• Widescreen TV with youtube and limited channels. Or Chromecast from your personal accounts.
• Atari Flashback X for old school gaming fun. Frogger, anyone?
• An Amazon Echo (Alexa) can operate many of the switches, if you want to remain hands-free or not get up off the comfy couch.
• Deck with bbq, muskoka chairs and dining table, overlooking the forest.
• Backyard with firepit. Guests bring their own firewood.
• Wooded forest in the backyard is great for a little exploring but not kept up. Property boundaries marked with safety poles. Guests to use at own risk.
• Outdoor rack for skis/snowboards/bikes, for your convenience. Guests to lock and/or leave at own risk.
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