I just had to show you this 400 sq. ft. oak log cabin on wheels from Gastineau Log Homes.
This means they’re built on trailers but since they’re wider than 8’6″ you’d need to hire professional movers to tow it or acquire the “wide load” permit/license yourself.
So it costs more to move. But you get a lot more valuable space inside.
I think it’s a great option if you want a downstairs bedroom, more space, all while still having the ability to move if you really wanted to.
Gastineau Log Homes has been building solid oak homes since 1977. Let me show you inside (and available floor plans) below:
Living Area, Loft and Kitchen
Entrance and Living Room
Kitchen and Peek of Bedroom
The bathroom, by the way, is opposite of the kitchen area to the left (above).
Another Look at the Living Area at Entrance
Exterior with Screens Installed on Windows & Porch
Floor Plan 1: GetAway
Floor Plan 2: Weekend Memories
Their cabins are known for their beauty, durability and strength.
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