Hi - We have roughly a 2000 square foot single level home. However, we're really only interested in heating the "public" spaces, which are roughly 1100 square feet and in a relatively open floor plan all adjacent to one another. We're trying to fit a stove in between cabinets/shelves. The skinnier we can get the stove, the more shelving/cabinets we can squeeze in. Depth is less of an issue. Can you guys suggest a North/South skinny stove with relatively small side clearances that can heat up to 1100 square feet? I was looking at Drolet stoves due to good pricing, but it seems most of their boxes get shallower/deeper with size without the width changing much. I can't afford a high-end-cast-iron with a bunch of bells and whistles, but do wish for a real heating appliance. Looks are a factor, but it doesn't have to be too fancy. Glass door a must, prefer feet over pedestal, but not a deal breaker. Happy to answer any questions on stuff that I forgot to add. This is a _VERY_ rough drawing of the space. Fireplace location in red. Interested in heating Living, Dining, Kitchen, Office.