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Plan W4925 - Whiskey Jack
Traditional A-Frame Rustic cottage with mezzanine and cathedral ceiling

8 sets of blueprints
5 sets of blueprints
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Average Construction Cost
140 000 to 170 000
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Foundation type
Crawl space
24' 8" ft / 7.4 m
38' 4" ft / 11.5 m
Ridge height from top of foundation
26' 2" ft / 7.85 m
Exterior wall
2 X 6
Total living area
1304 sq.ft. / 117.36 sq.m.
1st level
945 sq.ft. / 85.05 sq.m.
2nd level
359 sq.ft. / 32.31 sq.m.
Full baths
Half baths
Garage type
Living bonus space
Bonus storage
front - BASE MODEL
W4925 - front - BASE MODEL
1st level
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1st level Traditional A-Frame Rustic cottage with mezzanine and cathedral ceiling  - Whiskey Jack
2nd level
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2nd level Traditional A-Frame Rustic cottage with mezzanine and cathedral ceiling  - Whiskey Jack
Plan Styles
Dramatic vaulted chalet
d ceilings with timber details great you in this two-bedroom chalet plan. Expansive windows paint the open activity area in light. The master bedroom on the main floor makes this an ideal getaway property, even for baby boomers. Main level laundry, a full bathroom and generous entry with storage complete the main level amenities.
Upstairs is a good sized bedroom and seating area with incredible exterior views as well as main level view.
Plan description
1st Level : Foyer with closet and large storage area, kitchen with island and lunch counter, dining room, family room, master bedroom, bathroom, laundry facilities.
2nd Level : Guest room, sitting area, mezzanine.
Distinctive elements
Abundant windowing, built-ins, special ceiling treatments, skylights.
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Questions or Comments on this plan
  1. Brent Krizo 23 April 2014

    Can you please clarify the difference between the W4925 plan and the W2925 plan. I have tried to find the difference but for the life of me I can't figure it out. Thanks!

    • Customer service 23 April 2014

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

      The only difference between the two is the configuration of the stairs as the U.S. IRC building code requirements do not accept the 'wedge' shaped stairs that are on plan 2925 which is why plan 4925 was developed to replace this feature with the square 'landing' that you can see on the main level floor plan.

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

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