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Park Cottages • Sandpoint, Idaho
Courtyard studios
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Hickory building one bedrooms
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Two one story buildings face each other across a landscaped courtyard. Each building has three studio apartments with heated, stained concrete floors. End apartments have a window seat, center ones have lots of wall space for hanging pictures. Light is generous with the south facing clerestories in the high ceilings. Closets are in the bathroom. Each apartment has a front porch, or shares one. Each has a back patio, with a storage closet off it. Exterior walls are plastered, windowsills deep, in Southwest style.
This graceful building houses four one bedroom and two studio apartments. Two one bedroom apartments are upstairs. They are carpeted and share an inside stairway. Two are downstairs and the east, largest one has its living area downstairs, bed and bathroom upstairs.

The two studios are on the ground floor and each has a small concrete deck and storage closet. One shares a front porch, the other has its own.

The "common area," with coin op washers and dryers is housed in this building, with a concrete, sunny deck and spacious front porch.
Two upstairs studios are entered by a stairway from the parking lot. They share a small lobby area. Each apartment has a large bathroom with clothes closet and shelves. A coat closet is in the short hallway. The front door leads to a shared front porch. Three nearby, large trees make these apartments feel like "tree houses," Floors are carpeted, and heat is in the floors.  The open floor plan lends itself to imaginative decorating.
Two one bedroom apartments divide the ground floor. Many enter from the back parking lot and compact concrete deck. A storage closet is off the deck and bicycle parking nearby. The front features a shaded front porch. Floors are stained concrete; heat is in them. Thick walls keep the apartments comfortable summer and winter. Open coat closet by the front door, generous clothing closets in the bedroom and hallway.
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