-Entire shell is just over 1800 square feet… my floorplan shows 1832 sq ft which includes the carport area.
-Total of 3 bedrooms
-2 Bathrooms; 1 full + ensuite
-the exterior windows and doors come with the cabin. They are all boxed and numbered so just easily screw back into the same place one the log shell is erected.
-the truss package is not included. We were not able to save the previous trusses with 100% success rate, so we ended up scrapping the old trusses. The previous trusses were on 4 ft centers and can be re-ordered from any truss plant.
-The house had 2 skylights over the kitchen (dining) area. They were 4ftx6ft if I remember right. I do not remember if we successfully saved the old skylights… We originally intended on saving them prior to dismantling the house, but I can’t tell you off hand if we did. We will need to check this week.
- The floorplan we have represents the layout of the house when we dismantled it. Keeping the original floorplan would require the least amount of effort. It is possible to change the floorplan, however, any place where there were previously interior walls (stick framed and drywall), the logs have been notched so that the drywall can key into the logs and sit flush (this can be seen in the demolition photos). One would likely have to fill these notches should they want to change the floorplan.
- The home used to sit on pony walls with a crawl space below. There was originally a downdraft furnace that supplied heat through the home via ducting in the crawlspace.
- We have saved the free standing fireplace and the A-Vent(chimney)
- The house has not been exposed to elements during storage.. it has been stored in a barn.
- We did not save the kitchen cabinets or any of the interior furnishings (toilets, bathtub, bifold doors, etc)
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