History prevails in the design of this cabin, which recalls the simplicity of the vernacular building form known as the dogtrot (a house bisected by a center hall). It's actually two cabins in one. The front porch and center hall are shared spaces, allowing the two units to function as one when desired. Each bedroom includes an indented wall between the closets that's the perfect niche for an armoire or a large chest of drawers. Included in each unit is space for a stackable washer and dryer. A fireplace is the center of each living area. Dogtrot is a great vacation home for two couples to share. This open plan was designed by William H. Phillips, Jr., of Dauphin Island, Alabama, for our Cabin Collection.
42 '- 0 " W x 48 '- 0 " D x 21 "- 0 " H