A-Frame House - Den
A-Frame House - Den
A-Frame House - Den
A-Frame House - Den
A-Frame House - Den
A-Frame House - Den
A-Frame House - Den
A-Frame House - Den
A-Frame House
A-Frame House

A-Frame House

Regular price $349.00
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An Architectural & Affordable A-Frame

This is not your grandfather’s A-frame. We’ve updated the classic design to a sprawling 1000 square foot home big enough for the whole crew. The lofted master bedroom is complete with an added dormer lookout for a full-sized 2nd-floor level that you won’t see in most A-frames. The bunk bedroom on the main level provides sleeping space for a gaggle of kids or friends up for an immersive weekend spent in nature. Our modern take includes a full kitchen, spa bathroom, and a convertible space perfect for a laundry nook. Return from the great outdoors to complete comfort, luxury, and leisure.

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Features

1000 sq ft. (28' Length x 32' Width plus loft)
  Approx. 26' (top of foundation to roof peak)
  Sleep 4 to 6
  Lofted master bedroom
  Bunk bedroom
  Bathroom with shower
  Full kitchen with 24" cabinets
  Floor to ceiling windows
  Laundry closet
  Wood or gas stove
  Mini-split for heat & A/C
$244,500 Cost to Build*
*based on the national average of $ 244.50/sq ft. 

So you're wondering which design package to purchase to enable your process to building a Den?

Click here to read a helpful guide that explains how it all works, and works together.

If you've ever asked...

  • Can I customize or modify my Den design?
  • How will I ensure that my build is compliant to local code (seismic, wind, snow loads, insulation requirements)?
  • Are CAD files available to give to my engineer or architect?
  • Then the Complete Package is for you!

The Complete Package contains:

  • Highly detailed 3D Model in SketchUp format
  • 3D Model contains furniture, kitchen, and bathroom objects
  • Floorplans and elevations in AutoCAD format

What the Complete Package is good for:

  • Customizing your Den design
  • Modifying your Den design to ensure local code compliance
  • Saving money when collaborating with an engineer or architect (It's way less expensive than redrawing all the details from scratch)
  • Exploring your own interior design and furniture selections

We offer customizations for all customers who purchase a Complete package, for an additional project fee.

To request a custom project quote email us at support@denoutdoors.com.

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    Not ready for the Complete Package yet?
    Go for the Starter and we’ll discount the amount of your original purchase if you upgrade later. Email us how.


    Includes

    Starter Package
    Most Popular
    Complete Package
    License to Build
    Lifetime Version Updates
    PDF Plans (Printable)
    CAD (Editable)
    3D Model
    Floorplans
    Elevations
    Foundation
    Kitchen & Bathroom Details
    Window & Door Schedule
    Roof & Floor Framing
    Structural Details
    Mech., Electrical, Plumbing
    Materials & Labor Worksheet
    Fixtures
    Furniture & Objects
    Equipment

    We've made it easy to build a cabin

    Buy the plans

    In order to begin building your Den cabin in nature, you need to start with a set of plans. You can't unlock the rest of the process without them.

    Get them approved

    Take your plans to your local building department to ensure your build is compliant with all local regulations, and get your plans approved.

    Plan your build

    Need to find a contractor, or want to wrap your head around how you'll frame the wall of the cabin? Our detailed plans precisely inform all these conversations.

    What does it cost to build?

    $244.50/sq foot with labor included

    We encourage all our customers to plan for a construction cost of at least a cost of $244.50 per square foot (the national average). This cost assumes the use of labor, and that you’ll be working with a team of carpenters, plumbers, and electricians to build your cabin. 

    Start with the right set of plans

    Do you know who are the three most important people that will look at your building plans?

    Read the Guide