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Plan W1904 - Great Escape
Very affordable small 2 bedroom cabin or tiny home with wood stove, open kitchen & family room, shower room

PRICE & OPTIONS OF THIS PLAN
8 sets of blueprints
$490.00
5 sets of blueprints
$460.00
$1,210.00
$640.00
$85.00
Right Reading Reverse
$150.00
GENERAL SUMMARY
Average Construction Cost
140 000 to 170 000
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Foundation type
Screw pile
Width
24' 0" ft / 7.2 m
Depth
20' 0" ft / 6 m
Ridge height from top of foundation
13' 9" ft / 4.13 m
Exterior wall
2 X 4
Total living area
480 sq.ft. / 43.20 sq.m.
1st level
480 sq.ft. / 43.2 sq.m.
Bedrooms
1, 2
Full baths
1
Half baths
-
Garage type
-
Living bonus space
-
Bonus storage
-
1st level
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1st level Very affordable small 2 bedroom cabin or tiny home with wood stove, open kitchen & family room, shower room - Great Escape
Plan Styles
2 Bedroom Country Cabin with very low construction costs
At a mere 480 sq. ft., this getaway cottage is popular for its twin bedrooms, cozy activity area and covered porch. Clerestory windows above the porch add the the brightness and illusion of more space and a woodstove keeps the whole area warm with very little fuel.

This tiny cottage is a favorite because of the ease of building the simple plan in remote areas.
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 and two bedrooms with simple beds and bunk beds.
Distinctive elements
Less is More!

At a mere 480 sq. ft., this getaway cottage is popular for its twin bedrooms, cozy activity area and covered porch. Clerestory windows above the porch add the the brightness and illusion of more space and a woodstove keeps the whole area warm with very little fuel.

This tiny cottage is a favorite because of the ease of building the simple plan in remote areas.
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Illustrations and photos may differ slightly from the plan that you will receive. They may include modifications to conform with new building codes, suit homeowners' preferences or site requirements.
Questions or Comments on this plan
  1. David Otazu 8 September 2015

    You're explanation of ceiling height and light entering from top windows was not clear. If the ceiling height is around 8 feet throughout the whole structure, how can light from windows which are clearly higher than 8 feet enter the main living area?

    • Customer service 8 September 2015

      Hello Mr Otazu,

      Thank you for your comment and yes, many people are confused with this one.

      The ceiling slopes from the back 8'-2" and at the rear to 11'-5" at front were the windows are.

      I hope this helps!
      Jessica
      info@drummondhouseplans.com

  2. David leduc 9 February 2015

    Would it be possible to add a second level to this plan and increase the length to 36 ft?

    • Customer service 9 February 2015

      Good day Mr. Leduc and thank you for your interest in this plan.

      I invite you to contact our agency for your area to obtain further details on the modification of this plan.

      You might also find something interestin in our new, tiny house collection of plans which provide economical homes with a smaller footprint.

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

  3. Jay 7 January 2015

    The detail says the ceiling height is 8'2", but the illustration gives the impression that the height in the activity room should be much greater, perhaps 10' or more. What am I missing?

    • Customer service 7 January 2015

      Good day and thank you for taking the time to write.

      The ceiling height is actually 8'2" throughout but the small windows along the upper front give the impression of added height and add to the abundance of natural light that enters the main living area.

      Please let me know if I can further assist you.
      Regards
      Deb

  4. Mark 7 August 2014

    HI ,COULD YOU PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF PLAN W1904 IS SUITABLE FOR SERVERE CYCLONE CONDITIONS ,OUR WIND LOADING HERE IN [FAR NORTH QLD AUSTRALIA] IS C2 OR 320 KM PER HOUR.
    BEST REGARDS MARK

    • Customer service 7 August 2014

      Good day and thank you for your interest in this plan.

      Due to the extreme wind conditions of your regions, this plan would need to be revised by a structural engineer to conform.

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

  5. Laurie Redl 26 May 2014

    Do you have plans and kits for building small homes suitable for very cold winters?

    Thank you
    Laurie

    • Customer service 26 May 2014

      Good day Ms. Redl and thank you for taking the time to write.

      Although the vocation of these small, recreational chalets is principally for the warmer months due to the R12 and R28 values, we could modify the plan of your choice to make it suitable for very cold winters.

      Our modifications team would be happy to return a free estiamte for any changes that you require within two business days after receipt of this on line form.

      Please let me know if I can further assist you.
      Regards
      Deb

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