Take a Photographic Tour of the Dream Cottage!



It is hard to believe, but on July 23rd, we sold out.  We would like to thank our ticket buyers, sponsors & volunteers for making the 27th Dream Cottage campaign such a great success!  Thank you for igniting the power & potential of Island Youth.

We know that some of the people who purchased tickets will not have a had a chance to come to the Dream Cottage for a tour yet, so here is a photographic tour of this year’s Dream Cottage!

You can also see more photos on the PropertyGuys.com Website

Front Hall

As you enter the Dream Cottage, you will find a coat closet to hang up your coat and an area for your shoes.  To your right is the living room.  There is a lovely sidelight next to the front door.

Living Room

The Living Room is to the right of the front door.  In addition to huge windows, the room has cathedral ceiling and partial wall to separate the Eat-In Kitchen from the room.  Julie from Hambly’s Brandsource Home Furnishing has picked out some beautiful beach-themed furniture for the entire cottage.  Our comfy space also includes a propane fireplace from Kenmac Energy with mantel from Mantels By Design –  Russell Kerr Woodworking


Rob Hambly of PEI Home & RV had a brilliant idea for the design of this Prestige Home – he extended the back half of the Dream Cottage so that the cottage would have a bump-out surrounded by windows for the table.  This year’s kitchen also has maple cabinetry, a cathedral ceiling, an island and a sliding glass door.



As you come out of the kitchen, turn to the right and head down the hall towards the den and spare bedroom which are on the front of the cottage.  There is a pantry just outside the kitchen and a linen closet at the end of the hall.  The principle bedroom and bathroom are on the back of the cottage


The cozy den is the first door on the left as you head down the hall – the perfect place to read on a rainy day or to watch a little tv.

Guest Room

At the end of the hall on the left-hand side, you will find the Guest Room, which would make a perfect child’s bedroom.

Master Bedroom

The Master Bedroom has a really wonderful new design – it includes two huge windows, lots of closets and an entrance into the bathroom.


In addition to having an entrance to the Master Bedroom and the hallway, the bathroom has a towel closet and a laundry closet which also includes the air exchange.