Clerestory Cabin Plans Anita


Clerestory Cabin Plans

  • complete set of cabin plans + CAD set
  • construction progress + comments
  • complete material list + tool list
  • eBook How to build a tiny house included
  • DIY Furniture plans included
  • DIY building cost $13,920

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Clerestory Cabin Plans Anita

Clerestory cabin plans step by step guide

Clerestory cabin plans, drawings

Complete set of small house plans (pdf): layouts, details, sections, elevations, material variants, windows, doors.


Complete material list + tool list

Complete set of material list + tool list. A very detailed description of everything you need to build your small house.

tool-listClerestory Cabin Plans

Clerestory cabin plans are a new project among the prefab cabins we have to offer. Anita, our clerestory cabin plan, is a brand-new one-bedroom house with several practical advantages to normal cabins. Standard, as with our other products, is energy efficient and has a unique water-saving system. Another advantage is that our projects are all-DIY. All you need is our step-by-step guide and materials; then, you can start building your own clerestory cabin today. Clerestory cabin plans like Anita are meant for those who fancy modern living and wooden houses. Like all our products, the clerestory cabin plan Anita is designed for utility, spaciousness, and comfort. The indoors are specifically designed for comfort and spaciousness, with enough room for storing your favorite belongings. Start living your pinup life today with Anita!


Total Floor Area

173 sq. ft. / 16 m2


80 sq.ft / 7,4 m2


18´5" x 16´3" / 5,6 m x 5 m

DIY Building cost



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Your Comments

2 years 1 month ago

Any way you could put the kitchen at the back & the bathroom lengthwise toward the front & make it 15% bigger? I’d like to adapt it so it can have a bigger living room space. thanks

2 years 1 month ago

Hi Nicole,
Yes, we can easily modify this design accordingly.
please contact us via email:
Thank you

2 years 4 months ago

Is this estimated cost to build right? Seems so much lower than other plans on your site that have a bathroom and kitchen.

2 years 4 months ago

Thanks for the alert, we’ll recalculate the price!

James Bagley
3 years 2 months ago

Could the storage area be eliminated, thus giving the little space a more open Feeling? Also, another set or glass doors installed to the right side of what is currently there to give the whole front more glass, light and views?

3 years 2 months ago

Hello James,
of course, these modifications are quite easy to do.
Please contact us via for further info.
Thank you!

4 years 7 months ago

Hi! I’m a bit confused about the total floor area (16m²). A quick calculation indicates that the porch might be 5×1.48m to fit the 7.4m². Therefore, 5.6-1.48 = 4.12. And 4.12*5 is above 20m² in total without the porch. Just asking because regulations here forbid building above 20m² floor area and above 20m² surface… If I’m right, it seems to me that it couldn’t fit those crazy requirements

4 years 6 months ago

floor area is living room (with kitchen) + bathroom + bedroom area- without porch. It will fit this requirements, but you can´t iclude porch area.
I recommend you to ask your building authority for further info.


Skyllar E
4 years 10 months ago

Do The plans include anything to do with plumbing or electrical? whether that be when to get plumbers involved before that becomes difficult, or actual DIY.

4 years 10 months ago

Yes, plans include basic layout with utilities including plumbing and electrical – enough detailed for plumbers.

Kostis M
4 years 11 months ago

what is behind the vertical slat cladding?

4 years 11 months ago

Osb boards with bitumen waterprofing (liquid or sheets) or rainscreen

Steve G
5 years 3 months ago

It looks like this plan has the house on a slab foundation. Would it be possible to place this atop a pier foundation?

5 years 3 months ago

Absolutely, you can use different types of foundations- concrete / wooden piers, ground screws, concrete slab etc.