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Atlanta-based architect Brandon Ingram faced a challenge in designing a main house and a few small cottages on a bucolic 17-acre property near Tallahassee, Florida: According to a local land ordinance, the smaller structures could not be larger than 800 square feet. The guest cottage that Ingram designed to comply with that ordinance is our focus today. Surrounded by southern magnolia, pine, and oak trees, the tiny dwelling is aptly called Oak Leaf Cottage. It is a classically southern cottage