With its bold roofline and just-right interior, this cozy Scandinavian-inspired cabin is the perfect mountain hideaway. Alpine Sorrel is made for relaxing and enjoying every season to the fullest – from crisp late summer evenings by the outdoor fireplace on the deck, to watching snow fall through the large windows of the great room.
Vaulted ceilings allow this petite home to feel expansive, and the three-bedroom floor plan makes it easy to either host guests and entertain, or to simply rest and unwind. This chalet makes an exceptional vacation home, or its energy-efficient design and ample storage space make it an ideal full-time home as well.
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What Is a Bid Set?
A Bid Set is an incomplete set of digital plans marked “Not For Construction.” It includes several plan sheets with enough information for a builder to provide a “bid” or estimate for what the approximate cost would be to build the home. Your builder will also need to know your preferences on material and finish quality (for example, builder-grade, average, high-end, etc.) in order to provide a more accurate bid.
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2D Elevations - Views of the home from the front, rear, left, and right that also include roof pitches
Floor Plans - These sheets show the layout of each floor of the home. All doors and windows are identified and dimensioned. Walls, stairways, niches, appliances, and built-ins are noted.
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