Enduring and serene, our mountain cottage collection embodies the combination of timeless mountain architecture with contemporary design. Created by architect Allen C. Brown, the mountain cottages are designed to exist in harmony with the natural surroundings of The Ascot Club at Highland Forest. With floor plans ranging from 1400 to 3100 square feet, the size and function of each of our cottages is easily customized to enhance your way of life in our mountain community. Conveniently located within walking distance to the clubhouse, the cottages sit on gentle lots that offer striking views of the surrounding mountains.
The Astor is a 3100 square foot mountain cottage with almost half of the heated area on the main floor. The master is on the main, along with an adjoining vaulted great room and dining room which offer plenty of living space. The well appointed kitchen is close to the front door with an island that opens out towards the view of the back deck. There are two fireplaces on the main floor: one in the great room and another on the back deck, which is spacious and offers access to the lower floor deck. Downstairs there is an addition bedroom/bathroom and a playroom and upstairs contains two bedroom/bathrooms. The outside is adorned with cedar shakes and poplar siding in combination with a stone chimney and metal roofs that really look fantastic in a mountain setting.
The Brookshire is a 2800 square foot mountain cottage with over 1600 square feet on the main floor. The kitchen, the study, the dining room, and the great room are adjoined together to create an open and spacious effect. There is a fireplace in the great room, along with another on the main deck which faces the mountain view. The master bedroom is off to the side of the living area and has a private deck also facing the mountain view. Two bedroom/bathrooms are on the lower floor, along with a playroom and a fireplace. Upstairs has a loft and an unfinished area that can be customized. The exterior has board and batten siding along with a combination of cedar and metal roofs.
The Cambridge is a 2800 square foot mountain cottage with 1400 square feet of living space on the main floor. The dining room, living room, and kitchen are adjoined with a master bedroom off to the side. The well appointed kitchen has mountain view windows and there are three decks on the main floor: one in the front of the house, one on the side of the house, and one off of the master. There is also a carport off to the side of the main floor. The lower level has two bedroom/bathrooms along with a playroom, and the upper level has an unfinished attic. The exterior has board and batten siding along with stone pillars on either side of the carport and a combination of cedar and metal roofs.
The Stafford is a 2070 square foot mountain cottage with over 1400 square feet of living space on the main floor. The Stafford has a large vaulted great room on the main floor with an adjacent dining room and well appointed kitchen. Off to the side there is a spacious master bedroom. The kitchen has a cooking island that is facing the great room and the mountain view. Most notable of the main floor features is a wrap around deck that surrounds almost half of the cottage along with a fireplace in the back. The upper floor has two bedroom/bathrooms. The exterior has board and batten siding along with stone pillars on the front of the cottage. The deck utilizes twisted mountain laurel as pickets, and the roof is a combination of cedar shakes and metal.
The Walden is our smallest mountain cottage with 1400 square feet of living space on a single floor. There is a spacious master bedroom off to the side of the cottage, and a second master bedroom on the other side could also be utilized as an office. There is a fireplace in the great room that adjoins a dining room and a well appointed kitchen. In the back of the cottage there is a deck that is partially covered and faces the mountain view. On the side of the cottage is a carport with a timber frame posts. The exterior of the cottage has board and batten siding along with a combination of cedar shake and metal roofs.
The Windsor is a 2900 square foot mountain cottage with over 1400 square feet of living space on the main floor. On the main level there is a large great room that is vaulted to the ceiling, with an adjoining and well appointed kitchen located near the front door. The master bedroom is located off to the side of the cottage and is spacious. There is a large deck in the rear of the cottage with a fireplace and plenty of space for outdoor dining and entertainment. In the lower level there are two bedroom/bathrooms along with a playroom, and upstairs there is a loft and attic space. The exterior of the cottage uses a variety of materials for siding, including stone, cedar, and board and batten. The roof is cedar shake.
For more information on our mountain cottages, contact a community real estate agent and view the mountain cottages online brochure.