The plans for the beautiful Rocky Gap Cabin encompass 4,081 square feet, which includes the 903 square feet of covered and uncovered deck space and entry porch. Interior heated and cooled space is just over 3000 square feet. This two-story home can easily be converted to provide comfort for a small family with a master bedroom downstairs and other bedrooms in the loft and ground level.
One the ground floor lies the other two bedrooms, a second full bathroom, a large room for possible gaming and a smaller room for extended entertainment or other needs. This beautiful structure has room to spare.
You get 41 instantly-downloadable pages in a multi-sheet PDF that print up at full blueprint size at 24″x36″. This plan will get you to the finish line.
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