ur inspiration for "Weobley Cottage" (pronounced Webley) was actually taken from some of the typical English cottages one might find all over England in a quaint little village, at the base of a small country lane, or amid rolling hills with meadows full of wild flowers, by a mill pond or along a river. There, life is lived as it was decades ago. One visitor stated that "if you arrived in the dark, when you woke up in the morning you would think that you had died and gone to heaven." Perhaps this cottage was built over a hundred years ago as a retreat from city life or was part of a small cluster of houses along a narrow village street. Perhaps it was an Inn.
We have attempted to recreate the country charm of this old cottage in a new version suited for today's lifestyles with 3,461 square feet of space. Design elements reminiscent of the old English style such as exposed rafter tails, stone construction accented by heavy timbers and infill of brick or stucco echo the charm of another world. Steeply pitched roof lines and half timbering accented with stucco infill mimic construction techniques of the region over a century ago.