This 24x36 Saltbox Cabin Plan is a beautiful nod to the past, and filled with potential! The saltbox is a traditional style of home commonly found in New England. With its iconic one-story rear and two-story front, this design can suit many different purposes. There are plenty of options for storage in the rear, lower ceiling portion of the loft. And there are plenty of opportunities for windows on both levels. Show off your joinery skills with scarf, spline and mortise & tenon joints!
We also include the plan and timber list for the optional 10x10 porch! You can design the optional eyebrow roofs as you like. You also get an architectural plan with this frame finished out as a 3 bedroom, 2 2/12 bathroom home!
- 864 sqft. ground floor; app 576 sqft. loft
- Post to post dimensions of 23x36 allow for 6" walls and 24x36 foundation
- Ridge height 22’-11 15/16”; lower plate 10’-5 15/16”; higher plate 15’-5 15/16”
- Ceiling height 8’-5” ground floor; 8’ main part of loft
- Roof pitch 8:12
- Footprint dimensions from outside to outside of posts: 23’x35'
You will receive links to download the pdf files as soon as you purchase the plans for this 24x36 Saltbox plan. They are formatted to print at 11x17 so you can see all the details, but you can print a study set on letter size paper. The construction set contains 12 pages filled with the information you need to complete your build. There are plenty of three dimensional drawings so you can picture the end result. Then there are production drawings, both exploded and assembled, with the timbers labeled to correspond to the piece drawings. We provide post, loft and rafter plans, and both longitudinal and transverse sections. There are plenty of detail drawings to explain the intricacies. The 39-page piece drawing set shows you every cut on each timber, fully dimensioned and labeled to match up to the production drawings. And we also provide you with timber, connector and parts lists.
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