This cozy, one-bedroom resort cottage is the perfect little oasis for those who need to getaway. Ideal for lovers of the great outdoors, these frontier cabin plans feature a large living room bordered by floor-to-ceiling windows and a large galley kitchen. This means you can enjoy the reverie of nature without being distracted by bugs and humidity. This resort cottage floor plan also includes a covered deck extension for both rooms, giving you the opportunity to soak your soul in nature’s healing rays.
The focal point of the cabin, however, is the large bedroom capable of fitting a king-size bed and still maintaining plenty of maneuverability (along with a large closet!). This room also has a sliding glass door that leads to a covered deck, allowing you to rise with the sun and sip your coffee as you revere towering mountain peaks and watch the cool dewdrops settle on the grass.
• Area: 666 sqft
• Dimension: 39’ L X 26’ W X 20' H
• Windows: 3 Large glass sliding doors
• Deck: 2 Coved decks
• Bedroom: 15' X 11'
• Bathroom: Includes a bathtub and large closet
• Kitchen: Eat-in Kitchen
• Accommodates 2 to 3 people
• Laundry: Laundry closet inside the bathroom
• Heating: Mini-split or radiant floor heat
• Foundation: Slab on grade
- The kitchen is designed to be both compact and inclusive, with a dishwasher, oven, and plenty of closet space.
- The bathroom is spacious enough for either a sizable bathtub or full hot tub and has a floor to ceiling window so you can enjoy nature and a soak at the same time
- The bathroom contains a laundry closet and storage space for all those extra necessities.
- The entire house is designed with sustainable architecture in mind, ensuring you can enjoy nature without interrupting it.
- Wood siding provides a natural, rustic feel to ease the soul and promote calm happiness.
Sustainable Building Details:
The walls are 11 1/8” thick and composed of 2 by 6 studs with cellulose insulation in between and a layer of 2” zip panels on the outside to create a continuous insulation layer and close all the thermal gaps. We estimate the R-value of these walls to be 33. The roof is made of wood trusses with a raised heel in order to increase the thickness of the insulation as well.
This cabin design is using a foundation wall with footings and a concrete slab insulated on the outside, this way it is possible to use radiant heat supplemented with min split units. The water heating is contained in the bathroom closet.
This is a study drawing set, please consult with us to obtain an electrical, plumbing, and ready-to-build construction drawing set. We provide additional services to adapt the drawing to meet your local code requirements. We also provide design and customization services. Don't hesitate to contact us to learn more.