FOUNTAIN PLAZA COTTAGES
Breaking Ground First Quarter of 2019
These seven coastal cottages surround a beautiful fountain at the center of a landscaped plaza—the first beach homes of their kind at Cinnamon Shore. Located just beyond Social Circle, these one- and two-bedroom single family homes make their own enclave within Cinnamon Shore's north side and help complete the look of this side of the community. With porches and classic architectural details such as dormer windows, exposed rafter tails, wood columns, and decorative porch railings, each design offers a quiet haven inside impeccably designed smaller homes.
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View the Fountain Plaza Cottage Brochure below:
Sand Dollar + Scallop | 853 sqft. | 1 Bedroom
This pair couldn’t be cuter. On the exterior, lap-style siding and wooden brackets, wood balcony railings and a crimped metal roof evoke the nostalgic style of classic beach communities. Inside, you’ll find efficient-yet-stylish design.
Enter these two one-bedroom cottages from the front or back porch—one on the plaza side, one on the parking area, where each cottage has a reserved spot. The main living areas connect in one large room, offering interaction between the kitchen, dining area, and living room. A powder room completes the lower level.
Upstairs, the bedroom fits a king-size bed and a twin, and the bathroom offers amenities such as two sinks, a toilet room, tub, and shower—and in a clever use of space, the washer and dryer are tucked away here, as well. Enjoy the second-floor balcony, as well.
Sand Crab + Starfish | 971 sqft. | 2 Bedrooms
This charming duo faces each other on opposite ends of the enclave, and each has proximity to a parking area with reserved spaces. Enter through a column-lined, two-story porch, where you’ll doubtless want to linger.
Inside, the main living spaces—kitchen, living room, and a dining room with a built-in banquet—flow into one another for a cozy gathering place. A small bedroom with a built-in bunk tucks into part of the first level. Upstairs, the master bedroom includes a built-in bench and opens to the second floor of the porch. The spacious bathroom includes two sinks, toilet room, shower, and tub. A closet outside the master suite hides the washer and dryer.
Seahorse + Minnow | 749 sqft. | 1.5 Bedrooms
As compact as the sea life they’re named for, these cottages have wood trim and detailing that gives them their charm. Located on the far side of the enclave, away from the street, these two cottages offer entry from the one-story front porch.
The first-floor plan is a model of efficiency, with all the primary living spaces flowing together in one space—kitchen, dining room, living room, and even one area with a king bed that serves as a cozy master bedroom. The separate master bath includes two sinks, a double shower, and toilet. Upstairs, a bunkroom with built-in bunks also features a stand-alone sink, so it’s available while the bathroom, with its toilet and shower, is occupied.
The Piggy Perch | 841 sqft. | 1 Bedroom
The Piggy Perch serves as a focal point of the Fountain Plaza Cottages enclave. It’s topped with a handsome cupola and boasts exterior details such as board-and-batten siding accenting traditional lap siding. It faces the central fountain and looks over the plaza walkway, across Social Circle, and toward Colby Lake on the opposite side of the community.
Enter through a two-story porch into the main living space, where the kitchen, dining room, and living room combine for a cozy place to relax. A powder room and storage areas finish out the ground floor. On the second level, the master bedroom features a king-size bed and a built-in twin bed, along with a stackable washer-dryer. The bathroom features two sinks and a separate room with a toilet and shower. A second-floor porch offers a private, outdoor retreat and community views.
Meet the Builders
The Waggoner Brothers started their construction careers in San Antonio, Texas where they trained as true apprentices in carpentry. Over the years they developed their own style, working on projects from San Antonio to the West Coast and now along the Lone Star State’s Coastal Bend, where they’ve built homes for the past 14 years. The sought-after duo has already contributed their skills as fourth-generation German carpenters to the community, building several homes there, including the Coastal Living Idea House in 2015. Now they’re bringing a new collection of cottages and single-family residences to the Cinnamon Shore village.