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Plan W1903 - Gone Fishin
Small 3-season cottage plan, economical, large covered balcony, open concept, micro house 3 seasons

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Average Construction Cost
140 000 to 170 000
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Foundation type
Screw pile
20' 0" ft / 6 m
20' 0" ft / 6 m
Ridge height from top of foundation
14' 1" ft / 4.23 m
Exterior wall
2 X 4,2 X 6
Total living area
400 sq.ft. / 36.00 sq.m.
1st level
400 sq.ft. / 36 sq.m.
Full baths
Half baths
Garage type
Living bonus space
Bonus storage
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1st level Small 3-season cottage plan, economical, large covered balcony, open concept, micro house 3 seasons - Gone Fishin
Plan Styles
Perfectly simple
Who said you have to rough it in the woods? This charmingly simple 400 sq. ft. recreation 3-season cottage cleverly accommodates all creature comforts, including a bedroom, shower room, kitchen with dining area, living room and even space to warm up next to a wood stove (please note that this is a 3-season cabin plan).

Of course, the porch is the crowning glory - a perfect place to relax before or after fishing or a hike.

This cottage would be equally as enjoyable as a guest suite or mortgage helper where zoning allows.
Plan description
Main level:
Kitchen, dining and sitting area, shower room, one bedroom.
Foundation: screw pile. Other foundation options may be available, please contact us for more details.
Distinctive elements
3-Season low-budget chalet for 2 to 6 people.
Slope ceiling 8' to 12'.
Large covered front porch.
A space for a wood stove is shown on the floor plan, but this chalet is not intended to be heated in cold weather.
It is a 3-Season cottage (spring, summer, fall).
The construction plan includes 2''x4 '' walls, rafters in 2''x8 '' for the roof and 2''x8 '' joists for the floor.
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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. Gary 14 April 2015

    Would the plans for this house be acceptable by the Deschutes County Building Commission in Bend Oregon?

    I believe that they want 2x6 exterior framing and a continuous concrete foundation.Do the plans also include plumbing and electrical drawings?

    Thank you

    • Customer service 14 April 2015

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

      This plan belongs to our 3 season, recreational chalet plans and as such has a screw pile foundation and 2x4 construction but we would be happy to give you details pertaining to the modification of this plan in a free estimate within two business days after receipt of this on line form.

      Our plans include all construction details except for the trusses, plumbing and electrical.

      Please let me know if I can further assist you.

  2. Christine Davis 19 January 2015

    Love thses plans. Just interested in the House of the Week Newsletter.

    • Customer service 19 January 2015

      Good day Ms. Davis and thank you for the wonderful comment.
      Upon further verification, your subscription to the House of the Week Newsletter is valid and you should start receiving them shortly.
      Please let me know if you have any questions or comments.

  3. Rick 12 May 2014

    Does this cabin have 8 foot ceilings? or is it open?

    • Customer service 12 May 2014

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

      This cabin has a ceiling height of 8'2"

      By clicking on the "view room details" link above the floor plan you will access this as well as other dimensions that are not visible on the floor plan itself.

      Please let me know if I can further assist you

  4. Hunter Justin 17 March 2014

    How much will this building cost, estimation!

    • Customer service 17 March 2014

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

      Since we do no actual construction, we have only a ballpark estimate for materials cost in Quebec (Canada), the amount of which is around $20,000. but your local suppliers would be better able to inform you as to the actual materials costs for your area.

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

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