This 14’x30’ shed-roof structure is a versatile design that can be used for open storage or enclosed to create a multipurpose outbuilding. With a wide, three-foot overhang, this plan boasts flexible post and beam design that provides ample room for hay or equipment storage. Enclosed, this structure can be finished as a workshop, shed or even as a small cabin. The addition of a large access door makes this a great one-car garage.
As an open-air shelter, the wide overhang provides protection from rain and sun. Enclosed, the structure can be wired for electricity to give you a fully functional workshop or cabin. Build the shed on a concrete pad or with a wooden floor decking, and add insulation for a snug retreat. You can customize the openings to add a door and windows. For added illumination, add a skylight between the rafters. You could even add a sleeping loft on one side of the building with the addition of wooden decking and a ladder.
This simple DIY project includes 31 instantly downloadable pages in PDF format, so you have everything you need to construct a handy and useful outbuilding for your property. It comes with dimensioned blueprints, elevations and detail drawings. There are also sectional drawings and joinery illustrations, so you’ll see exactly how to make your joints rock solid. The package also includes a timber and material list for all framing components.
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