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The Outdoorsman (96-001-285) 96 Sq. Feet
Main Floor Plan
House Plan Notes:
This plan features a cost-effective design that is ideal for use as a fishing/hunting camp or just for weekend fun. The bunk room is insulated should the owner want to place a heat/cool unit in the bunk room. The screened porch is vaulted, keeps insects out, and allows breezes to flow through while the occupants view the scenery outside. Storage is provided under the bunk room for ATVs, boats and other items. Great design for the weekend!
This plan details: Price List:
Plan Number:96-001-285
Full Baths:0
Living Sq Ft:96
First Floor Sq Ft:96
Total Sq Ft:96
Main Ceiling Height:7.0
Main Roof Pitch:6 in 12
Width:12' 0"
Depth:16' 0"
Height:11' 4"
5 Set Package:$230.00
Mirror Image:$50.00
Full Reverse:$50.00
Additional Set:$45.00 ea.
CAD File:$450.00
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This house plan can be modified
Full reverse is available on this home plan
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Baby blues not available
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Full reverse available for this plan
2x4 exterior wall
Crawl Space

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