This is a sad story.
This small house is falling to wrack and ruin on a Maine island. I was told it once housed a (year-round) with kids. The current owner uses it as a large storage shed.
The dimensions were taken on the outside walls. The roof actually is larger than the dimensions shown as it overhangs.
I also went inside to get a sense of the layout. The ceiling is 6′ 9″ high on the ground floor. I did not take inside dimensions as the rooms are full of stuff and it was impossible to go into the shed addition in the back.
I modified the exterior dimensions by a few inches to make the interior rooms line up right in the floor layout plans.
A few things to note about the house. It is built on a very moist are. In fact, the spring rain and snow-melt water pool under the house. There’s no wood stove, but the stove pipe hole let me imagine where it was. And finally, the house is built resting on large rocks with no additional foundation.
I know this is not a beautiful home but I think it is a good idea to learn what we can from old plans and see the potential of an old rundown small home. Thanks for sharing Bruce!