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  • Molly Middleton Hart

    [ a little kitchen or cutting garden on the other side of the white picket fence would be perfect. A little chicken coop would be neat & add a pig or wagu beef cow & my little cottage might be making a little money ]

  • Trish McCollaum

    English Cottage Coop...adorable! I have always wanted to turn my kids playhouse into a chicken coop!

  • Donna Kepler

    Ivy Garden House .... a secret place to dream

  • Geri DeLand

    Me growing old in this little cottage with the ocean in my backyard! Dreaming big!!

  • Carrie Wood

    This will be the playhouse/ potting shed behind my hideaway

  • Rosanne Woody

    Chicken coop? Garden cottage <3

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