the NorthEast, v.2.0 - 795 sq.ft.
|795+ sq.ft. of heated floor space|
|Large three-piece bathroom + laundry|
|Main floor bedroom + loft bedroom|
|Wood or gas stove|
|Can be built on any type of foundation|
|Designed for code+ insulation levels|
Revised and Updated version 2.0
Inspired by the classic good looks of traditional summer cabins and camps throughout eastern North America, the RavenHouse NorthEast features soaring cathedral ceilings, fantastic acoustics, and ample natural daylighting.
With almost 800 square feet of floor area, it is just the right size for hosting short-term rental guests, or for your own weekend getaway. The full sized kitchen and bathroom make daily living easy and comfortable, even if you build deep in the wilderness.
The comprehensive drawing set includes elevations, multiple sections, plans, multiple framing details, window and door schedules, interior and exterior wall details, kitchen and bathroom details, and more.
Immediate download PDF files: on completion of your purchase, a download link is emailed to you, to securely load your plans onto any device you’d like, ready for printing.
Photos of @CozyRockCabin by Chris Daniele, @dirtandglass on Instagram
For more photos follow us at @ravenhouse.design and search #RavenHouseNorthEast on Instagram
The following is for informational purposes only.
How much your cabin will cost to build depends on where you build, who builds it, and your choices of finishing details (high-end, modest, or low-end). All of our designs offer flexibility during planning and during construction to use windows, doors, and interior & exterior finishes that suit your budget and preferences. In the US or Canada, per square foot costs for materials range between US$100 and $250, with professional labour another US$100 to $250 per square foot.
To get up-to-date, locally relevant pricing for the materials that will be required to build your cabin, take your set of plans, no matter where you purchased them, to a building materials supplier to receive a ‘materials takeoff’ and price for everything that they are able to supply. If you are building your cabin yourself, *this* amount, plus another 15% for contingency, is your ballpark cost to build, plus your time.
Complete and even more accurate building budget calculations can be made by a local, experienced builder who has considered all your unique requirements and the building site’s unique characteristics. It can be worth paying a small consultation fee to gain their real-life insights into building costs in your particular area.