1903 (Gone Fishin)

Small 3 and 4-season cabin plan, economical, large covered balcony, open concept, micro house

Bedrooms

1

Bathroom(s)

1

Living area

400 sq.ft.

  • front - BASE MODEL - Small 3 and 4-season cabin plan, economical, large covered balcony, open concept, micro house - Gone Fishin
  • rear elevation - Gone Fishin

front - BASE MODEL

rear elevation

Vignette front - BASE MODEL - 1903
Vignette rear elevation - 1903

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    1st level - Small 3 and 4-season cabin plan, economical, large covered balcony, open concept, micro house - Gone Fishin
Vignette 1st level - 1903

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View the size of the rooms and height of the ceilings

1st level
Rooms Sizes Ceiling
Full bathroom 5'8" x 8'4" ~ 8'2"
Bedroom 13'0" x 8'4" ~ 8'2"
Porch 20'0" x 4'0" ~ 0'0"
Activity room 19'0" x 10'4" ~ 8'2"

General specifications

Total living area 400 sq.ft.
1st level 400 sq.ft.
Width 20'0"
Depth 20'0"
Ridge height from top of foundation 14'1"
Exterior wall 2 X 4 , 2 X 6
Foundation type included in the plan Screw pile
Other available foundations ($) Floating Slab, Crawl space, Monolithic Slab
Builder price code AA

Rooms specifications

Bedroom(s) 1
Full baths 1
Half baths -
Garage type -
Living bonus space -
Bonus storage -
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General specifications

Total living area 400 sq.ft.
1st level 400 sq.ft.
Width 20'0"
Depth 20'0"
Ridge height from top of foundation 14'1"
Exterior wall 2 X 4 , 2 X 6
Foundation type included in the plan Screw pile i
Other available foundations ($) Floating Slab, Crawl space, Monolithic Slab
Builder price code AA

Rooms specifications

Bedroom(s) 1
Full baths 1
Half baths -
Garage type -
Living bonus space - i
Bonus storage - i

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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.

Other useful information on this plan

Perfectly simple cabin plan for up to 6 people

Who said you have to rough it in the woods? This charmingly simple 400 sq. ft. recreation 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.

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.

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.

Distinctive elements

Simple and affordable 1 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 6 people.
Ceiling sloping from 8 'to 12'.
Balcony sheltered at the front of the chalet.
Panoramic view chalet.

Plan feature(s)

Stove, Shower room, Open floor layout, Cathedral ceiling

Other useful information on this plan

Full description

Perfectly simple cabin plan for up to 6 people

Who said you have to rough it in the woods? This charmingly simple 400 sq. ft. recreation 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.

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.

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.

Distinctive elements

Simple and affordable 1 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 6 people.
Ceiling sloping from 8 'to 12'.
Balcony sheltered at the front of the chalet.
Panoramic view chalet.

Plan feature(s)

Stove, Shower room, Open floor layout, Cathedral ceiling

Questions and comments on this plan

April 14 2015

Gary

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

April 14 2015

Customer service

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.
Regards
Deb

January 19 2015

Christine Davis

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

January 19 2015

Customer service

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.
Deb

May 12 2014

Rick

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

May 12 2014

Customer service

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
Regards
Deb

March 17 2014

Hunter Justin

How much will this building cost, estimation!

March 17 2014

Customer service

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.
Regards
Deb

Questions and comments

April 14 2015

Gary

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

April 14 2015

Customer service

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.
Regards
Deb

January 19 2015

Christine Davis

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

January 19 2015

Customer service

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.
Deb

May 12 2014

Rick

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

May 12 2014

Customer service

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
Regards
Deb

March 17 2014

Hunter Justin

How much will this building cost, estimation!

March 17 2014

Customer service

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.
Regards
Deb

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