There is probably no icon so much a part of the traditional English landscape as the country cottage, and Barton Cottage is named after the famous Sense and Sensibility Dashwood family cottage. Equally at home in a quaint hamlet, or standing on a lonely moor, Barton Cottage is a testament to the skills of the village mason and carpenter.
Built of locally fired brick with a tile roof, Barton Cottage sits atop a stone platform with railing - perfect for an afternoon walk - and a flagstone pathway leads to the carved front door framed with etched glass giving a peek of the simple but charming Regency interior. The tendrils and leaves of a vine add atmosphere and intimacy to the entrance of the cottage.
Taking full advantage of the realistic texture potential in current software, Barton Cottage includes diffusion, transparency, bump and displacement maps for Poser 5 and 6 as well as DAZ Studio, all accessible via coordinating thumbnails.