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Plan W1905 - Kingfisher
Small country cabin plan with 2 bedrooms, open kitchen family room, shower room, covered porch

PRICE & OPTIONS OF THIS PLAN
New! Construction package
$765.00
8 sets of blueprints
$670.00
5 sets of blueprints
$640.00
$1,370.00
$750.00
$110.00
Right Reading Reverse
$150.00
GENERAL SUMMARY
Average Construction Cost
140 000 to 170 000
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Foundation type
Screw pile
Width
18' 0" ft / 5.4 m
Depth
30' 0" ft / 9 m
Ridge height from top of foundation
13' 2" ft / 3.95 m
Exterior wall
2 X 4,2 X 6
Total living area
540 sq.ft. / 48.60 sq.m.
1st level
540 sq.ft. / 48.6 sq.m.
Bedrooms
2
Full baths
1
Half baths
-
Garage type
-
Living bonus space
-
Bonus storage
-
front - BASE MODEL
W1905 - front - BASE MODEL
1st level
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1st level Small country cabin plan with 2 bedrooms, open kitchen family room, shower room, covered porch - Kingfisher
Plan Styles
2 Bedroom country cabin plan with covered front balcony (3-season and 4-season options included to the plan)
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 (optional in the 3-season house plan option) on the back and can accommodate up to eight people if arranged creatively.

Hikers, fishermen, hunters and vacationers greatly appreciate an open activities area with sloping ceiling rafters and windows galore for provide a panoramic view. The forward porch provides the best seat out of the house.

In order to respect the building code and also meet the multiple needs of our customers, you will have two (2) versions of the cottage design included in your plan.

A first version will include an uninsulated and unheated version for seasonal use only (3 seasons). The walls are 2 '' x 4 '', the floor joists are 2 '' x 8 '' and the rafters are 2 '' x 8 '' for the roof.

The second version is an isolated and heated version for permanent occupation (4 seasons). For this one the walls are 2 '' x 6 '', the floor joists are 2 '' x 10 '' and the roof is designed with roof trusses.

Both versions are provided on screw piles to ensure stability. However we can design other types of foundation for this plan to better suit your needs if necessary. You need simply contact us for details.

The cost of the estimated materials is for the seasonal version and not the isolated version. Except for the screwed piles that are included in our cost, our cost of the estimated materials excludes the expenses related to the foundation specified in the details of the chosen plan (in the line "Type of foundation"), electricity, plumbing, heating and labor. In addition, the price of materials represents a provincial average that can vary from 10% to 30%, depending on the region, the construction season and the quality of your materials. It is also based on the use of everyday quality materials that most contractors use.
Plan description
Main level:
Kitchen, dining and sitting area, shower room (optional), two bedrooms.
Foundation: screw pile. Other foundation options may be available, please contact us for more details.
Distinctive elements
Affordable 2 bedroom cabin plan.
3-season (not heated) and 4-season (heated) construction options included in the house plan.
Kitchen and family room open concept.
Can accomodate up to 8 people.
Ceiling sloping from 8 'to 11'4.
Balcony sheltered at the front of the chalet.
Panoramic view chalet.
Legal Notices
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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. 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.

      Regards

      Deborah

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