Introducing the Rustic Cabin with Second Floor Loft Plan 12920KN, a stunning 1,997 sq. ft. mountain home that boasts 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms across two stories. This beautiful house is designed with log detailing and a large shed dormer, giving it an authentic rustic charm that’s perfect for those seeking a cozy retreat in the heart of nature.

Home Details:

– Heated Area: 1,997 sq. ft.
– Bedrooms: 4
– Bathrooms: 3 full and 1 half
– Stories: 2
– Garage: Drive-under with space for two cars (465 sq. ft.)


The main living area features an open floor plan layout that maximizes space and promotes easy flow between the cooktop island kitchen, dining area, and living room with a fireplace. A French door opens to the rear covered porch, providing ample outdoor seating options for enjoying the surrounding views.

The master suite is conveniently located on the main floor and offers access to the rear porch as well. The upper floor houses two additional family bedrooms along with a spacious loft overlooking the living room below through an open rail.

A lower level family room and bunk bedroom provide even more space for relaxation or entertaining guests.

Types of Lots it Could Go On:

This rustic cabin is ideally suited for sloping or hillside lots due to its walkout foundation design. It can also be placed on wooded or lakeside properties where its natural log exterior will blend seamlessly into its surroundings.

MLS Listing:

Property Type: Single Family Home
Price: [Enter price]
Location: [Enter location]

This gorgeous rustic cabin offers an impressive 1,997 sq.ft of heated living space across two stories, featuring four bedrooms and three full baths plus one half bath. With log detailing and a large shed dormer, this home exudes charm in every corner while providing modern amenities. The open floor plan includes a spacious kitchen with cooktop island, dining area, and living room with fireplace. The master suite is located on the main floor for added convenience, while two additional bedrooms and a loft can be found upstairs. A lower level family room and bunk bedroom provide extra space for relaxation or entertaining guests. Nestled on a [Enter lot size] lot in [Enter location], this beautiful mountain home is waiting for you to call it your own.

Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to own a piece of rustic paradise! Schedule your private showing today!


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: $2 – $5 per sq. ft.

2. Kitchen Countertops:
a. Granite countertops: $50 – $200 per sq. ft.
b. Quartz countertops: $60 – $120 per sq. ft.
c. Laminate countertops: $20 – $50 per sq.ft.

3. Kitchen Cabinets:
a. Stock cabinets: $100 – $300 per linear foot
b.C semi-custom cabinets: 150-450$ 250$-650$
Custom cabinets : 500-1200$

4.Bathroom Fixtures :
a.Standard bathtub : 400-1500$
b.Shower enclosure :600-1600$
c.Toilet :100-750$
d.Bathroom sink :100-500$

5.Doors and Windows :
a.Interior doors :75-500$
b.Exterior doors :200-5500$
c.Double-hung windows :350-850$
d.Casement windows :300-$1,000

6.Painting :
a.Interior painting (walls and ceilings) :
1,000sq.ft-$1,500 to$3,000
b.Exterior painting (siding and trim) :
1,000sq.ft-$1,500 to$4,000

7.Fireplace Installation:
a.Wood-burning fireplace:$3,000-$6,000
b.Gas fireplace:$2,500-$7,500
c.Electric fireplace:$800-$2,500

8. HVAC System:
a.Central air conditioning:$2,500-$7,500

9. Lighting Fixtures:
a.Recessed lighting:$150-$200 per fixture
b.Pendant lighting:$100-$300 per fixture

Please note that these costs are approximate and may vary depending on the location and specific requirements of your project. It is always best to consult with local contractors or suppliers for accurate pricing in your area.


Based on the provided information, the following materials are needed to build the house:

1. Logs for exterior walls
2. Concrete for foundation and walkout
3. Lumber for floor and roof framing
4. Roofing materials (shingles, underlayment, flashing, etc.)
5. Windows and doors (including French doors)
6. Insulation materials
7. Drywall or wall covering material for interior walls
8. Flooring materials (hardwood, tile, carpet, etc.)
9. Ceiling treatment materials (depending on design specifications)
10. Cabinetry and built-ins materials
11. Staircase construction materials (wooden treads, risers, handrails)
12. Fireplace construction materials (brick or stone)
13. Exterior finish material as per schedule
14. Paints and finishes for interior walls and ceilings
15. Electrical wiring and fixtures (lighting, outlets, switches)
16. Plumbing fixtures and piping (sinks, toilets, showers/tubs)
17. HVAC system components (heating/cooling units, ductwork)
18. Garage door(s) and opener(s)

Please note that some items like architectural/engineering stamps or site plans are not included in this list as they are handled locally if required.

Additionally, subcontractors will handle mechanical drawings for heating/air equipment locations and ductwork as well as plumbing drawings showing pipe sizes and locations.

Energy calculations may also be required locally but are not included in this list of building materials.

Author: fr33d0m