ForestPath

1,777 sq.ft.

The ForestPath was inspired by those early cabins that were added to as needs required. This 1777 square feet floor plan with 1 bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms reflects a simpler time. The ForestPath was designed to be flexible and is well suited for a sloped building sight, offering additional bedrooms and a recreation area on a lower level.

Appalachian Home Series

The Appalachian style cabin was less of an intentional design aesthetic than it was a product of necessity and rugged ingenuity.  The Scotch-Irish settlers who pushed West into the mountains of the southern colonial territories utilized the materials at hand- fieldstone, log timbers, and clay to build simple, single room shelters with steep roofs, stone chimneys and warm lofts that protected from the snow, wind and rains.  As time and abundance allowed, new rooms and subsequent wings were built, resulting in the add-hock Appalachian style that we admire today.

The architects and craftsmen at Woodhouse pay tribute to those generations of homesteaders with our Appalachian Home Series.  While hand-cut logs and clay chinking have been replaced with energy saving SIP paneled walls and expertly crafted timber frames, the original inspiration carries through to today. 

Features and Dimensions

1st Floor

  • Entry – 12’3″ x 8’7″
  • Great Room – 17’6″ x 21’6″
  • Dining Room – 15’6″ x 15’9″
  • Kitchen – 15’6″ x 10’9″
  • Powder Room – 5’1″ x 7’7″
  • Mud Room – 11’7″ x 10’2″
  • Breezeway – 16’7″ x 10’11”
  • Master Bedroom – 18’1″ x 14’2″
  • Master Bathroom – 13’1 x 6’7″

Features

  • Porch
  • Deck

Floor Plans

 

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