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Plan W4916A - The Cliffside 5
3 bedrooms chalet lakefront cottage house plan with screened covered deck, kitchen island and fireplace

New! Construction package
8 sets of blueprints
5 sets of blueprints
Right Reading Reverse
Average Construction Cost
140 000 to 170 000
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Foundation type
Full basement with walkout
28' 0" ft / 8.4 m
36' 0" ft / 10.8 m
Ridge height from top of foundation
25' 0" ft / 7.5 m
Exterior wall
2 X 6
Total living area
1484 sq.ft. / 133.56 sq.m.
1st level
908 sq.ft. / 81.72 sq.m.
2nd level
576 sq.ft. / 51.84 sq.m.
Full baths
Half baths
Garage type
Living bonus space
Bonus storage
Rear view - BASE MODEL
W4916A - Rear view - BASE MODEL
1st level
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1st level 3 bedrooms chalet lakefront cottage house plan with screened covered deck, kitchen island and fireplace - The Cliffside 5
2nd level
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2nd level 3 bedrooms chalet lakefront cottage house plan with screened covered deck, kitchen island and fireplace - The Cliffside 5
Plan Styles
A wise house plan choice for a 4 season ski ou lakefront “chalet”
If you are looking for a home with a chalet feel and are torn between several Drummond House Plans, consider the features offered with this model.

Outside, in back is a beautiful, screened-in, covered terrace that enables meals and get togethers in total comfort, sheltered from the elements and without the nuisance of bugs.

Inside, upon entering the foyer one is pleasantly surprised by the ample storage space/mud room and a master bedroom with walk in closet along with the convenience of a full bathroom on the main level. The open floor plan of the living area is complemented by the ‘L’ shaped kitchen with its central island, an abundantly fenestrated dining room with access to the screened in porch and an equally bright living room with a beautiful corner fireplace and access to the porch outside with its stairway to the lawn.

Upstairs there are two large bedrooms, both with generous closet space, and a well appointed bathroom to add to the assets that make this a judicious choice if you are looking for a 4 season chalet to call your own!
Plan description
Main level:
Closed foyer with coat closet and storage area, family room with wood burning fireplace, dining room with access to screened porch, kitchen with island and lunch counter, guest room with walk-in closet, full bathroom with laundry facilities.
2nd Level:
Master bedroom with access to bathroom, secondary bedroom.
Distinctive elements
Chalet style house plan for slope side or water front lot.
Entrance foyer with ample storage space for skis or other sports equipment.
Master or guest bedroom on main level.
Kitchen with island open onto the dining room and living room with fireplace.
3 season screened solarium.
Full basement with walk-out.
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Questions or Comments on this plan
  1. Laura 23 March 2017


    Is it possible for this plan to be built on a slab - but with three levels, the first being a garage (instead of a walk-out basement)?

    Thank you!

  2. Jason Morgan 14 July 2015

    We love it! Trouble is, we need this design completely reversed, and without a fireplace. Is that possible?

    Thank you!

    • Customer service 14 July 2015

      Hello Mr Morgan! Thank you for taking the time to write! Actually, you can have this plan easily reversed and the standard fee for this is $150. As for the fireplace, if this is the only other change, it can usually be done with your builder on site. However, should you wish to have the plan without the fireplace, I could provide you with an estimate for the right reading reverse as well as the fireplace removal. Please let me know by writing to:

      We look forward to hearing back from you!

  3. Janet 16 September 2011

    what is the difference between W4916 and W4916A? Also, what is the elevation for this cottage?
    Thank you

    • Customer service 20 September 2011

      Dear Janet,

      Thank you for your interest in Drummond House Plans.

      The difference between plans W4916 and W4916A is the exterior wall coverings. On plan W4916, walls are covered with vinyl siding. On plan W4916A, walls are covered with wood siding (or a substitute such as Canexel).

      The elevation (ridge height from top of foundation) for plan W4916 is 25 ft. It is 24 ft 8 in for plan W4916A.

      If you have other questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.


      France, Customer Service Department

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