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Timber-Frame Cabin Home Plan Designed for an Overlook

Beautiful design inside and out to capture great views
Published: February 1, 2014
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Timberpeg Smith & Robertson, Inc. timber-frame cabin plans
Timberpeg Smith & Robertson, Inc. timber-frame cabin plans
Photos courtesy Smith & Robertson, Inc.
No matter what the view – mountains, lakes or a meadow of wildflowers – this timber-frame cabin is designed for a site with beautiful vistas. With a welcoming approach and an abundance of windows, porches and decks throughout the cabin, life is beautiful inside and out.

Upon entering through the spacious entry, you’re greeted by the views through the wall of windows in the soaring great room. There is a second entry on the side of the home that includes a mudroom and powder room, perfectly situated to add a garage to at a future date.

The great room, kitchen and dining room are open, and a screened-in porch with a large fireplace is located off of the dining room. The master bedroom and bath are also located on the first floor, and includes a large walk-in closet.

The second floor has a loft overlooking the great room below and also includes a cozy window seat. Two more bedrooms and full baths upstairs make this the perfect getaway for inviting family and friends to visit.

PLAN FEATURES
Dimensions (w x d): 68 x 32 ft.
Bedrooms: 3
Baths:
Main level: 1,670 sq. ft.
Upper level: 1,120 sq. ft.
Total square feet: 2,790 sq. ft.
Foundation: 10-ft. concrete wall on an 11½ x 20-ft. continuous concrete footing
Design, plans and renderings: Timberpeg
Builder: Smith & Robertson, Inc., www.smithandrobertson.com
For more info: www.timberpeg.com, please specify The Afton plan #5961
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