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Patten – David Wyman Patten was an early leader in the Latter-Day Saint movement, and according to tradition, St. David was originally named Patten. An original member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the town eventually being renamed St. David. 

Magnificent Rustic Ranch House

We are very proud to present the Patton, a ranch house with an unbelievably stylish exterior and a supremely livable and easily maintained floor plan, all coming in under 1000 square feet. The first thing you’ll notice about this home are the two grand covered outdoor spaces, the likes of which are rarely found on a home under 1000 square feet.

The front porch has plenty of room to set up seating or even a bistro set, while the rear living area has a dramatic ceiling, sliding glass door access, and tons of room to relax, grill, and entertain.

When you enter the home, you’ll find that everything has been thoughtfully placed to maximize comfort, livability, and privacy. The front entry opens into a sensible foyer with a coat closet and small bench, and quickly opens up into the grand core living space. Thanks to the unique roof line, the great room, dining room, and kitchen are brilliantly enhanced by tall, open ceilings.

The L-shaped kitchen comes with plenty of counter space and a large island not often found in a home of this size. A smaller living room sits off to the side with access to the second bedroom, a full bath, and the two car garage, something also not often found in a Modern Ranch House Design under 1000 square feet.

The second bedroom occupies its own private corner of the home and has a sizable closet and plenty of natural light. The master suite comprises the left side of the home and has corner access just off of the foyer. It has its own access to the rear outdoor living area, as well as a sensible walk-in closet, and bathroom with his and hers sinks and a large shower/tub.

This home sits in the sweet spot for livability, comfort, and maintainability. Spaces are not too big, yet there is room for everything you need. Add an array of optional deluxe features, we think you simply can’t go wrong with this charming ranch house. Tiny Home living with maximum ranch house style!