I had to make a post for you on this small log cabin that’s actually an Amish built shed.
The log cabin/shed has residential style windows that are single pane and is easily large enough to live in.
You can listen to Steven Barry while he gives you a full video tour (inside and out) of the shed cabin.
It has a really sharp pitch so you get plenty of room up there in the loft. Probably enough for most of you to stand in and enjoy a full sized bedroom.
The porch has pressure treated wood already so it’s protected and finished. Ceiling in the porch is tongue and groove pine.
Inside you’ll find 2 x 6 studs and it’s all unfinished so you can put in your own insulation then follow it up with interior wall paneling (tongue and groove pine!!) or drywall.
Inside it’s 14 by 30 so there is plenty of room. And no ladder loft… There are real stairs. Check it out and let me know what you think in the comments.
Pricing runs from $4,000 to $50,000 depending on size. I’m not sure how much this particular one runs but it has already been sold and will be used in a horse farm (it’s probably sitting there now!).
Watch the video right here:
Thank you Steven Barry for sharing your video.
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