Tuck'd Away was built in 2017 and appropriately named as it is tucked right into historic downtown Saugatuck. Built to be architecturally significant and professionally decorated providing a unique option to enjoy Saugatuck.
Tuck'd Away backs up to Phil's Grill and is next to the downtown Methodist Church. A gate out of the back yard leads to Butler Street ( which is the main shopping block downtown ). You can walk to Kilwin's in about 300 feet. Walk out the front door and Lucy's Kitchen ( a local hotspot ) is across the street.
Despite being so close to everything, the lot is wooded and the backyard provides a nice level of privacy and screening. You really are Tuck'd Away in Historic Downtown Saugatuck.
Tuck'd Away was designed as a Modern Gothic Cottage. It is much larger than it appears from the front. With over 3,000 square feet of living space, it offers 4 full bedrooms, a 4 person bunkroom ( 5th bedroom ), 3 full bathrooms, designer kitchen, seating for 14, family great rooms on both levels, laundry room and a perfect screen porch that opens to the main living area. Even being tucked into the Downtown Village, the wooded lot and landscaping will surprise you with its sense of privacy.
If you have spent time in Saugatuck, you will appreciate that the driveway will accommodate 3 vehicles, with additional on street parking across the street. Of course, unless you leave Downtown to explore the region or go to Oval Beach, you won't be using your vehicle.
Tuck'd Away was completed from scratch in May 2017. It was professionally decorated in the Chinoiserie style. Great Rooms on both floors provide plenty of space for large groups to spend time together and also allows for the opportunity to retreat into smaller groups.
The kitchen is well equipped and accessorized. The combined seating of the dining room, island and breakfast table is 14.
The screen porch is a favorite spot. Large doors can be left open to the main floor great room, creating a flowing and expanded space. The screen porch enjoys a nicely landscaped and screened garden setting. The outdoor eating area seats 6 and has a Weber Gas Grill.
There are lots of great vintage homes in Downtown Saugatuck. In fact we own 2 vintage homes a few blocks away. As great as vintage homes are, they don't provide the same modern design, ease of living and quality as a new custom built home. Working closely with the Saugatuck Historic Commission on the design, many people will assume Tuck'd Away was built in the 1930's