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Plan W1905 - Kingfisher
Small, recreational chalet with 2 bedrooms and a wood stove

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Builder code
Foundation type
Screw pile
1st level
540 sq.ft. / 48.6 sq.m.
18' 0" ft / 5.4 m
30' 0" ft / 9 m
Ridge height from top of foundation
13' 2" ft / 3.95 m
Exterior wall
2 X 4
Total living area
540 sq.ft. / 48.60 sq.m.
Full baths
Half baths
Garage type
Living bonus space
Bonus storage
1st level
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Detail du plan W3443
Plan Styles
True Recreational Cottage
This simple woodland getaway meets the expectations of simplified construction and simplified living.

Maximizing interior space is important with compact getaways and this model, includes two bedrooms and a shower room on the back and can accommodate up to eight people if arranged creatively.

Hikers, fishermen, hunters, snowmobilers and vacationers greatly appreciate an open activities area with sloping ceiling rafters which allow ​​a wood stove to heat radiantly and windows galore for provide a panoramic view. The forward porch provides the best seat out of the house.
Plan description
1st level: Activity area including kitchenette, table area and a few chairs and also a space for a wood stove. Rest area including shower, simple beds and bunk beds.
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Questions or Comments on this plan
  1. jennifer pearson 21 January 2013

    I am looking to build in the Muskoka region of Ontario and I need to know about snow load certification for plans # W1903 , Wi904, W1905

    • Customer service 21 January 2013

      Good day Ms. Pearson and thank you for your interest in our plans.

      We calculate our snow load at 75 pound per sq.ft.

      As for the certification this will need to be done by the local truss manufacturer that will build the roof trusses.

      Please let me know if I you have any other questions or comments.



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