Introducing a stunning 1,102 sq. ft. modern cabin that offers the perfect blend of style and functionality. This beautiful 2-story home features 3 spacious bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, and a window-filled rear for maximizing natural light and picturesque views. The architectural design showcases contemporary elements with a touch of cottage charm, making it an ideal choice for those seeking a unique yet cozy retreat.

Home Details:

– Total Heated Area: 1,102 sq. ft.
– First Floor: 704 sq. ft.
– Second Floor: 398 sq. ft.
– Porch (Combined): 431 sq. ft.
– Rear Porch: 18 sq. ft.
– Front Porch: 21 sq. ft.
– Loft: 54 sq.ft
– Bedrooms: 3
– Bathrooms: 2
– Ceiling Heights:
– First Floor: 8’0″
– Second Floor:8’0″

Types of Lots it could go on:

This modern cabin is suitable for various types of lots such as lakefront properties, mountain terrains, or even suburban neighborhoods with ample backyard space for the porch area.

MLS Listing:

Property Type: Single Family Home
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Location: [Enter Address]

Discover this exquisite modern cabin featuring an impressive window-filled rear and spacious living areas spread across two floors! With its contemporary design combined with cottage charm, this home offers three generously-sized bedrooms (one on the main floor and two upstairs), two full bathrooms, a vaulted living room and loft area with magnificent views to the back.

The open concept kitchen is designed to maximize views while offering ample space for cooking and entertaining guests. Enjoy outdoor living with an expansive porch encircling three sides of the home.

Don’t miss out on this exclusive opportunity to own a unique property that blends style and functionality in one perfect package! Contact us today to schedule a private showing.


Finish Out Options and Costs:

1. Flooring:
a. Hardwood flooring: $6 – $12 per sq.ft.
b. Laminate flooring: $3 – $7 per sq.ft.
c. Tile flooring: $5 – $10 per sq.ft.
d. Carpet: $3 – $5 per sq.ft.

2. Interior Walls and Painting:
a. Drywall installation and finishing: $1.50 – $3 per sq.ft.
b. Interior painting (walls, ceilings, trim): $2 – $6 per sq.ft.

3. Kitchen:
a. Basic kitchen cabinets: starting at around $70 per linear foot
b. Mid-range kitchen cabinets: starting at around $150 per linear foot
c. High-end kitchen cabinets: starting at around $300+ per linear foot
d Countertops (granite or quartz):$40-$100/sq ft

4. Bathroom Fixtures:
a. Basic bathroom fixtures (toilet, sink, shower/tub combo): starting at around
$$500 for each fixture
b.Mid-range bathroom fixtures:$800-$1500 for each fixture
c.High-end bathroom fixtures:$2000+ for each fixture

a.Vinyl windows:$200-$800/window
b.Wood windows:$400-$1200/window

a.Interior doors (hollow core):$50-$150/door
b.Interior doors(solid core):$100-300/door
c.Exterior doors:fiberglass or steel:$200-500/door; wood door>$500

7.Electrical Fixtures and Installation:
a.Recessed lighting:$50-$200/light(installed)
b.Pendant or chandelier lighting:$100-600/light(installed)
c. Ceiling fans:$100-$400/fan(installed)

8.Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) System:
a. Basic HVAC system: starting at around $4,000
b. Mid-range HVAC system: starting at around $6,000
c. High-end HVAC system: starting at around $10,000+

a.Basic plumbing fixtures and installation:$3000-$6000
b.Mid-range plumbing fixtures and installation:$6000-$10,000
c.High-end plumbing fixtures and installation:$10,000+

Please note that these costs are approximate and can vary based on the specific materials chosen, labor costs in your area, and any additional customization or upgrades desired.


Based on the provided information, here is a list of materials needed to build the house:

1. Foundation materials:
– Concrete for footings and slab
– Rebar for reinforcement
– Gravel and sand for backfill

2. Framing materials:
– 2×6 lumber for exterior walls
– 2×4 lumber for interior walls
– Floor joists and beams (sizes as per plan)
– Roof trusses or stick framing (as per plan)

3. Sheathing and insulation:
– Plywood or OSB sheathing for walls, floors, and roof
– House wrap or building paper for moisture barrier
– Insulation (batt or spray foam) for exterior walls, floors, and roof

4. Roofing materials:
– Asphalt shingles or other roofing material as specified in the plan
– Roof underlayment (felt paper or synthetic)
– Metal flashing and drip edge

5. Exterior finish materials:
– Siding (material as per plan)
– Trim boards and corner boards
– Soffit and fascia material

6. Windows and doors:
– Energy-efficient windows as specified in the plan (sizes, types, locations)
. Exterior doors (front door, rear door)

7. Interior finish materials:
. Drywall panels
. Joint compound and tape
. Interior doors
. Trim/molding: baseboards, door casings

8. Flooring materials:
. Flooring options such as hardwood, tile, carpet

9. Cabinetry & countertops:
. Kitchen cabinets
. Bathroom vanities
. Countertops

10. Plumbing fixtures & equipment:
. Toilets
. Bathtubs/showers
. Faucets/sinks

11. Electrical fixtures & equipment:
. Electrical panels, breakers, and wiring
. Light fixtures
. Switches and outlets

12. HVAC equipment:
. Furnace or heat pump (typically provided by HVAC subcontractor)
. Air conditioning unit (if applicable)
. Ductwork and vents (typically provided by HVAC subcontractor)

13. Porch materials:
– Lumber for framing
– Decking material (wood or composite)
– Railing system

Please note that this list is not exhaustive and may vary depending on the specific design choices, local building codes, and requirements. Consult with your contractor for a comprehensive list of materials needed for your project.

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