Mar 27, 2017

A Big Life In A Small Space! The Weaver Barns’ Rocky Ridge Cabin

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If you are looking to live large in a small space – then the Weaver Barns’ Rocky Ridge Cabin is the home for you!

With big timbers and a grand porch, the Rocky Ridge is a perfect fit for a vacation home. With several different floor plans and a variety different finish options, we can build it to match your dream.

rocky ridgeThe cabin comes standard with woodsy, natural appeal and a steeper pitched roof to make it an open and spacious design. The lofted area is a great for sleeping and studying. Its rustic design makes it pleasing to a wide audience. Constructed with quality materials, it’s built to accommodate a wide range of possibilities from a custom house or a vacation home.

Additions such as dormers, a lean to, or wrap around porch make this a great place to wake up to; either when on vacation or make it a place you enjoy waking up to every day.

Contact us today at (330) 852 2103 to find out more!

The Rocky Ridge

  • 10′ Sidewalls
  • 2 x 6 Wall Framing, 16″ O.C.
  • Exterior House Wrap
  • 2 x 10 Rafters, 16″ on Center with Ridge Beam
  • 1/2″ CDX Plywood Roof Sheathing with Synthetic Vapor Barrier
  • 30 Year Dimensional Shingles
  • Continuous Ridge Vent & Soffit Ventilation System
  • 2×10 Joists with 3/4″ Subfloor
  • 36″ 15-lite Steel Entry Door with Deadbolt
  • Trapezoid Windows
  • 1/2″ Subsiding on Solid Pine & Vinyl Sidings
  • 8′ Timber Frame Porch with 5/4 Treated Decking
  • 1 x 4 Cedar Window Trim
  • 1 x 6 Cedar Corner Trim
  • 1 x 10 Cedar Fascia Board
  • 12/12 Roof Pitch
  • 2′ Overhang on Gables, 1′ Overhang on Eaves
  • 1/2 Loft with 2×8 T&G Flooring and Loft Railing
  • Steps with Landing and Railing

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