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Cedar Point 2037-3

Over 2,000 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms

3

Bathrooms

2.5

Square Feet

2037

Elevation

46’-0”

Number of Floors

3

Elevator

No

Dimensions

43’-4” to 52’-8” wide x 36’-0” to 46’-0” deep

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Description

The Cedar Point 2037-3 beach house plan is a spacious and inviting option. It offers a generous 2,037 square feet of living space, three bedrooms, and two and a half bathrooms.

This design is inspired by the historic Coast Guard Station in Cedar Point, North Carolina. The original plan, known as "Southern Style," was built for the Bogue Inlet Life-Saving Station in 1904. Designed by Victor Mendleheff, the last architect of the Coast Guard, this classic station still has its original weathered grey cedar shingle cladding. It is now a private residence on the Intracoastal Waterway in Cedar Point, North Carolina, representing rich history and character while continuing to serve as a place of refuge.

Key Features

Ground Floor: This level offers flexible space, with options for a carport or enclosing it to create a 3-car garage. Additionally, it includes storage space, a breezeway, a rinse shower with a half bathroom, and an entry area.

First Floor: The first floor is designed for comfort and functionality with an open deck, entry area, galley kitchen, laundry/pantry room, great room, dining area, a half bathroom for guests, and two bedrooms with a shared bathroom.

Second Floor: The second floor boasts a lookout tower, a primary bedroom with an ensuite bathroom and a sunset deck, a bunk platform area, and access to four storage areas.

Image of the beach house (right side view) from one of our house plans, "Wrightsville 2016-4E"

Request a Brochure

We have two brochures available with over 2,000 sq. ft. and under 2,000 sq. ft. house plans. Perfect for builders, contractors, and homeowners searching for beach-style cottage designs.

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