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Aug 31 2016

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Attention Hunters: Cabin House Plans for the Fall Hunting Season

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Attention all hunters! The fall hunting season is nearly upon us, and you are probably already imagining a chilly fall morning with a trophy buck in your sights. Do you know what would make your fall camping trip even better? A brand new hunting cabin! If you like the idea of giving up the rickety ole’ camper on cold rainy nights for the comforts of a more accommodating “camp,” you should consider building a cabin house plan. Cabin house plans are designed to provide all of the basic necessities and blend nicely with wooded surroundings. While most are rustic looking, they vary in style, and typically offer no more than 1200 square feet of living space.

Though modest in size and design, cabin house plans make efficient use of space and offer all of the basic comforts of home:

  • A full bath offers a hot shower at the end of the day
  • Compact/galley-style kitchen is enough to prepare a hot breakfast or warm evening meal
  • Combined eating and living area allows room to relax or talk about the “good ‘ole days” with your hunting buddies
  • Private bedroom or a sleeping area combined with the living space offers a place to rest

Depending on its size and design, some cabin house plans offer more than one bedroom providing extra room for friends and family who might be hunting with you. Additionally, some floor plans provide room for a stacked washer/dryer unit ensuring you’ll have a place to do laundry when necessary. Other accommodations that are sometimes offered with cabin plans include a crackling fireplace, a sleeping loft, and covered porches or decks for grilling, relaxing and enjoying the scenery. Take a look at the three cabin plans listed below and imagine yourself enjoying your next hunting trip in one of these comfortable getaways:

 

Cabin House Plan 032H-0005032H-0005: This two-story cabin house plan is just right for a couple of hunters or your family. With three bedrooms and two baths you can accommodate the kids or your hunting buddies. A compact kitchen and dining area make it easy to enjoy a warm meal after the hunt, or fire up the grill or smoker on the deck if you prefer. Everyone will appreciate the living room fireplace on a cold day. There’s plenty of storage upstairs offering a place to store your hunting gear until the next hunting season.

 

Cabin House Plan 066H-0033066H-0033: A rustic exterior and covered front porch make this cabin house plan the ideal fit for a wooded lot with a view. Its 216 square foot floor plan makes the most efficient use of space. Combined living and sleeping areas eliminate the need for walls while ensuring a warm place to relax and rest at the end of the day. A compact kitchen offers a place to make coffee or cook a pot of stew. A space-saver bath completes the design. For those who spend the majority of their time in the woods, this cabin house plan offers just the right amount of space.

 

Cabin House Plan 072H-0185 072H-0185: Here’s a cabin house plan with a modern twist! The covered porch and plenty of windows allow you to enjoy the view of your property while still blending nicely with the surrounding wooded landscape. With just 480 square feet of living space, the floor plan delivers modest accommodations. The kitchen lines one wall of the combined living and dining space where you can kick back and relax at the end of the day or plan tomorrow’s hunt. A comfortable bedroom and a full bath complete this cozy cabin plan.

 

If you have a special property that you head to every year for the fall hunting season, enhance the value of your property and enjoy your next hunt by building a comfortable cabin house plan.

While cabin house plans offer the ideal living quarters for hunting, they are also just right for rental property, a lakefront getaway or your vacation home. Cabin plans are flexible, comfortable and accommodating, making them suitable for a variety of uses. Take some time to browse our collection of cabin house plans to find one that is just right for your needs.

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Mar 23 2011

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Featured Cozy Cabin House Plan

Cabin House Plan 034H-0090Whether you are a hunter, a fisherman, a nature lover or an all-around outdoor enthusiast, chances are you might like owning your own cabin. Ideal for a weekend getaways and outdoor sporting trips, this cabin house plan delivers all the comforts of home in a modest design. Exterior stone accents blend nicely with the surrounding landscape while the covered front porch provides a place to take in the sight and sounds of nature. After a day on the lake, a hunting expedition or mountain biking your favorite trail, come home and relax in front of the fireplace. An open floor plan delivers an efficient kitchen and nook overlooking the great room beneath a 9’ ceiling. A comfortable bedroom and full bath offer rest and refreshment. Don’t miss the convenient laundry closet. Follow the turned stair to the second floor where a loft features a built-in desk and offers flexible space for an office, computer room, TV area or an extra bedroom for hunting and fishing buddies or weekend guests. If you are dreaming of a weekend retreat, this cabin home plan is ensures a comfortable and practical place to get away from it all!

 

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Mar 02 2011

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About Log Cabin House Plans

025L-0022 Log Cabin House PlanLog cabin house plans are rooted in America’s history being built first by settlers and pioneers along the American frontier during Westward Expansion. At that time, they served as a simple source of shelter and were constructed with logs from trees native to the area. Log cabin home plans became popular again near the end of the 20th century offering a rustic alternative to modern living. Many of today’s homeowners build log cabins as a secondary residence, such as a hunting or fishing retreat or a vacation getaway. Like the log cabins of old, today’s designs are primarily built with white pine longs or logs native to the region. They showcase a rustic exterior blending well with their natural surroundings, and some may include the use of other natural materials such as stone. Cabin designs like those offered at The House Plan Shop generally offer less than 1200 square feet of living space. Due to their small size and their ability to fit into the surroundings almost anywhere, log cabin house plans are closely related to vacation homes, mountain house plans, log homes and other cabins and cottages.

 

Most log cabin floor plans are fairly simple featuring one or two bedrooms or a bedroom and a sleeping loft along with one or two baths. Typically, the kitchen is a compact design providing just the basics and the living and dining areas are combined. Occasionally log cabin house plans include a few thoughtful extras like a stackable washer and dryer unit, a fireplace and a covered porch or deck. 

 

Whether you are looking for a hunting cabin for you and your buddies, a peaceful fishing retreat near your favorite lake a vacation cabin for outdoor and adventure sporting trips, log cabins are practical, cozy and comfortable accommodating your needs no matter what they might be.

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Dec 22 2010

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Learn the Basics about Cabin House Plans

032H-0005 Cabin House PlanCabin house plans are small in nature and are often used as vacation homes or secondary residences, perfect for weekend getaways. They are generally known for their rustic appearance and ability to blend with their natural surroundings. Many times, cabin home plans are built as a hunting or fishing retreat and work well in the mountains, beside lakes and in wooded areas. The exterior finish and trim often consists of natural materials such wooden siding or shingles and stone. Outdoor living spaces such as covered or screened porches encourage the enjoyment of nature. Inside, cabin floor plans deliver the basic amenities. They usually provide one or two bedrooms (or maybe an upstairs sleeping loft), a full bath, an efficiency kitchen, and an open floor plan with the kitchen and eating space adjoining the living area. Sometimes, cabins even include a fireplace and a stacked/washer dryer unit. The interiors are usually finished with wood continuing the rustic feel inside the home. Log cabins are perhaps the most well known cabin home plans. The designs in The House Plan Shop’s cabin house plan collection are typically less than 1220 square feet and do not have a garage. Due to their small nature and ability to fit into the surroundings almost anywhere, cabin floor plans are closely related to cottage home plans and vacation house plans.

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