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500 Sq. Ft. Tiny Log Cabin on 3.9 Acres in Viola, WI Listed for $49,900

This is a 500 sq. ft. Amish-built tiny log cabin that’s listed for sale on Estately in Viola, Wisconsin.

This cozy Amish built 16×30 cabin on 3.9 acres is just in time for your 2018 family and friends vacation get aways! Cabin features open concept with a free standing wood stove, electric baseboard heat, kitchenette area, skylights, 2 bedroom loft and a large covered porch offering panoramic views. The 12×20 workshop/shed also has electric.There’s a 210 gallon water tank under the porch which is used as a rainwater collection system. Bonfires, tranquility and beautiful sunsets await!1


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Tiny Amish Built Log Cabin on 3.9 Acres For Sale in Wisconsin

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Photos via Estately

Highlights

  • 500 sq. ft.
  • 2 beds
  • 16×30
  • 3.9 acres
  • 12×20 workshop
  • Built in 2000
  • Viola, WI
  • $49,900

Resources

  1. https://www.estately.com/listings/info/s4641-woodland-ln–1

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  • bob February 10, 2018, 2:04 am

    Is that an outhouse in front of the cabin?

    Yes, the wiring should be in conduit. There are various kinds of ways to do that and inexpensively instead of stapling to the logs. Otherwise, it’s a potential fire hazard if there are pets around which like to chew on the sheathing around the wires.

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