The 60′ Shed Plans – 1064 sq. ft.


This 60′ long, shed-roofed, modern looking design is quite cost-effective to build. Add awnings for a “train station” look (see pictures below). Two bedrooms at opposite ends offer privacy. The smaller bedroom could make a great office for receiving clients, with a door and a washroom close by.

We also have two little brothers to this design, The 22′ Shed, which would harmonize architecturally if you are building a guesthouse or separate studio on the same property, and a mid-sized Shed, 37′ long and about 655 sq. ft., with two bedrooms and one bath.

The Sheds are closed in using our suggested method (see “Our Enclosure Method” halfway down this page), and the insulation performance is well above code.

The wall assembly performs at  Effective R23  – the National Building Code requires Effective R17 , or Nominal R24

The roof assembly we recommend has been upgraded to 2 layers of 3.5” QuikTherm MPI. It is awaiting testing, but it replaces our previous 2 layers of 2.5” QuikTherm MPI that exceeded code by 25%.



Alternative Old-Style Renderings

The 60′ Shed can be made to suggest an old train station. Note the awning variations in the renderings below.

Your Package Contains:

  • Working Prints
    Floor plans, foundation plan, roof plan, sections, elevations, window & door schedules and construction details.
  • Timber Frame Plans
    Roof plan, timber elevations, timber bent drawings (sections) and timber sizings.

Additional information


Paper plans (11"x17"), Digital files A3 (11"x17"), Digital files D (24"x36")