Kenwood Deschutes Cabin Kit

Kenwood, CA856 Sq. Ft.

Project Summary:

This cozy cabin design based on our Deschutes Cabin Kit is part of a multi-building project in Kenwood, California. Similar to our standard building model, this post and beam cabin features a full kitchen with an island, a great room, a master bedroom, and a shared bathroom. The structure was extended by 80 square feet to accommodate a second bedroom in place of a dining area. The original kitchen layout was also reconfigured with the island placed parallel to the back entrance and refrigerator moved adjacent to the connecting wall.

This cabin kit features vaulted ceilings and exposed Douglas fir heavy timbers throughout, with unique selections like butcher block countertops and subway tiles that give the interior a contemporary feel. Like the two additional structures we designed for the property, the exterior is clad with pre-stained western red cedar board and batten siding. Additionally, this cabin design includes Andersen™100 Series windows and OrePac exterior door upgrades.

General Overview:


  • 856 SQ. FT.
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Open-Concept Living


  • Vaulted Ceilings
  • Cedar Board & Batten Siding
  • Andersen 100 Series Windows
  • Post and Beam Construction


  • Crawl Space Foundation
  • Rogue Valley Exterior Door Upgrades
  • Additional Bedroom
  • Extended in Size by 80 SQ. FT.

Custom Features:

This heavy timber structure is designed with a crawl space foundation instead of our traditional monolithic slab foundation. Unlike our sample floor plan for the Deschutes, this cabin features an extra bedroom in place of an open dining area. Our clients also opted to replace our standard exterior door offering with an available upgrade through OrePac.

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