Small Lake House Plans Esther

$590.00

Small Lake House Plans

  • complete set of small lake house plans
  • construction progress + comments
  • complete material list + tool list
  • DIY building cost $21, 200

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Small Lake House Plans

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Small Lake House Plans

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

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Complete Material List + Tool List

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

tool-listEsther Small Lake House Plans with Two Bedrooms

Dimensions

total floor area

405 sq. ft. / 37,5 m2

1st. floor

243 sq.ft / 22,5 m2

loft

140 sq.ft / 13m2

porch

310 sq.ft / 28,8 m2

L X W

26´7" x 23´6" / 8,1 m x 7,2 m

DIY Building cost

$21, 200

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Guest
David Sommer
3 months 1 day ago

When going up the spiral staircase, what is the shortest distance between the stairs and the overhang?

Support
3 months 22 hours ago

Hello,
please check out your email box 😉
Joshua

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Kimby
3 months 21 days ago

Does the estimated DIY build cost include costs for tools? Is there electrical consideration built into the design?

Support
3 months 20 days ago

Hello,
no, the estimated cost does not include craft tools.
Plans includes basic electrical layout with position of the sockets, switches etc.

Best,
Joshua

Guest
Pen
8 months 15 days ago

I absolutely adore this house. Three questions: is it possible to build this one ground screws, what is the r- factor of walls and roof, and what is the psf snow load?

Support
8 months 14 days ago

Hello,
We calculated the load according to Eurocodes for Wind 4 (out of five) and Snow 6 (out of eight).
there is 9 1/4″ space for insulation in the walls.
I’d prefer concrete footings – such as in the plans, but you can use large screws also.