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Draw your cubby floor plan and elevations on graph paper to an easily convertible scale. Depending on the size of your cubby some local Councils may require that plans are submitted for approval so it might be prudent to check with them first. While you’re at it, check the locations of any underground utilities that you may encounter when excavating.
Consideration should also be given to what you are going to do with the cubby after it has outlived its usefulness. May be you could use it as a storage shed at a later date, in which case you may want to increase the wall height to suit future needs.