Unfortunately no story this morning, but I think this is way better, than a story. Welcome to to CC Lane, a very short street off the Village square in Sugarbush Valley. As you are aware, housing is a problem throughout the whole of Sylvania and Mayor Hugo had the same trouble in his beloved Sugarbush. But together with his Townplanner, Sydney Hazelnut, and Builder, Alonzo Macavity, they came up with this plan: a street dedicated to tiny cottages, just big enough for a small family. It was quick to built and the families living in them has a space to call their own, though small, and it is equipped with all the amenities they might need.
Let's take a walk.
The first Cottage belongs to the Patches family.
After a rough few years in France and then living with Dorothy's niece and her family, the Henry-Lloyds, Antonio and Dorothy was ecstatic to finally have their own place.
The Bedroom (with en-suite bathroom)
Finally Dorothy has her own kitchen where she can prepare delicious meals for her family.
Antonio likes the bedroom most, wonderfully cosy, with enough space for everything.
The second Cottage is where they Petite family live.
Though Margaret never complained, Pete soon realised after Halley birth, that they can't stay in Hugo's study anymore. As luck would have it, a week later Alonzo finished the second cottage on CC Lane and another week later the Petites moved into their own cottage.
Even though the rooms are still small, finally Margaret can keep everything tidy and in it's place, something which was impossible in the small study at Beechwood Hall.
Pete appreciates the privacy they now have at bath time.
The third Cottage
Andrey and Blanka feel very privileged to have found a house in Sugarbush so soon.
Blanka loves cooking and preparing food in her convention oven.
Andrey enjoys the peace and quiet at bedtime with no mother-in-law around, to interfere.
I hope you liked the introduction of CC lane.
Which Cottage is your favorite?
(Once again this post was made possible with the help of Sylvanako, who stitch the pictures of the three cottages together. Thanks S!)