Just ran into Quietude on Michael Janzen’s blog. It’s a $29,000 cabin that will leave you longing for the simple life.
The design is really unique as you’ll see below. It has about 300-square-feet of interior space, a basement with 100-square-feet and a 40-square-foot porch.
The footprint of the home is approximately 18′ by 26′ and the home has everything you could ask for with a complete kitchen, bar, living room, bathroom, washer & dryer and a spacious upstairs sleeping loft.
This home was designed just for the client and prefabricated before being delivered to the building site and being put together with bolts and metal plates.
It was assembled in a matter of just 3 days but took 3 months to design and build before it was delivered to the site. Have a look below.
I encourage you to check out the rest of the photos below:
She decided instead of having a bed taking up space downstairs to create this upstairs sleeping loft so she can have a dining area where the bed otherwise would have been. Looks very cozy up there and plenty of space too.
You can see the kitchen set up below along with all of the vertical storage space and shelves.
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