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432 Sq. Ft. Log Cabin w Ground Floor Bedroom

Here’s a beautiful 432 sq. ft. log cabin that started as an Amish-built frame and was built out by the folks at Square Nail Rustics in Hartford, NY. It comes fully furnished and ready to take just about anywhere (as long as your town allows, of course).

The cabin has a lovely front desk with a beautiful porch swing. When you walk in, you’ll find yourself in the living room with beautiful vaulted ceilings. There’s a full kitchen with all new appliances and a bathroom just before the ground floor primary bedroom. What do you think?

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Log Cabin Built Out from Amish Frame in Hartford, NY

The cabin comes fully-furnished

The kitchen has an extra table beneath to add more counter space.

Gorgeous exposed beams!

Mini-split keeps things warm or cool.

Here’s the laundry area before the bedroom.

This looks like a lovely cozy bedroom.

Here’s a close-up look at the logs.

A peek at the floor plan.

The front porch comes with the porch swing.



  • price includes delivery up to 100 miles
  • brand new & never lived in
  • fully furnished queen bedroom cabin
  • Amish build 12×36 shell, built out
  • insulated walls, ceilings and floors
  • We brought in licensed contractors, plumbers, electricians, and HVAC crew to insure top quality for this build out
  • Brand new whirlpool appliances
  • full size laundry center
  • 24″ sink vanity
  • full size shower, and regular toilet
  • upflush system so no plumbing is exposed under the unit.
  • full front porch with vaulted ceiling
  • porch swing included
  • brand new serta furniture
  • 6′ kitchen island with pull out work surface to double your counter space
  • 3 stools tuck right under
  • new cabinets, a butcher block countertop, and tons of storage
  • glass French doors for the bedroom & bathroom
  • Privacy curtains in the cupboard for both doors
  • 200amp electric service with a whole house surge protector
  • 2 zone double split for air conditioning & heat
  • Hot water on demand
  • wide plank Farmhouse Flooring
  • Price is set at $100,000 totally turn key, fully furnished, and ready to go today. I will finance a qualified buyer with $50k down

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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  • October 6, 2022, 10:21 am

    Super cute! I love the planter boxes. They’re the perfect finishing touch.

  • Debbie in Texas
    October 6, 2022, 11:05 am

    Truly a beautiful little home! Perfectly proportioned! Love everything about it!

    Delivery within 100 miles. Where is this built?

    • Alex
      October 7, 2022, 10:39 am

      Hi Debbie in Texas, good question! It seems to be built in Hartford, NY. Thanks!

    • Debbie in Texas
      October 7, 2022, 11:25 am

      Thanks Alex! Sadly… long way from central Texas. 😭

    October 6, 2022, 1:59 pm

    Where is the cabin located? Information will help understand what the costs of transporting might be outside of 100 miles.

    • Alex
      October 7, 2022, 10:41 am

      It’s in Hartford, NY. I edited the blog post to include that now. Thanks, James!

  • Gary
    October 6, 2022, 2:07 pm

    paying $231.00 per square foot cost is insane. and you still don’t own the land.

    • James D.
      October 7, 2022, 6:18 pm

      Something to understand is cost per sq ft doesn’t scale linearly and isn’t a real indicator of value or how much is actually being paid for the total costs. So it’s very misleading as you can have a higher cost per sq ft even when the total costs are much lower.

      While also not all homes cost the same because they’re not all built the same. So it’s automatically misleading when you compare different structures by just their cost per sq ft as that won’t factor anything relevant like how well built the home is, whether it’s better designed or not, how well it performs, how long it will last, how healthy or unhealthy it will be to live in, etc.

      Timber framed, log cabins, etc. will also generally cost more than stick framed. Especially, as they tend to use more materials, have more elaborate construction details, and tend to move in the direction of adding levels of craftsmanship and not just simply assembling a structure. But that also means there’s a difference in how it will be like to live in it and what you can potentially get out of it.

      While anything custom built normally starts about 50% more in costs and can easily go multiple times higher, for how different the cost of any structure can be depending on how it’s done.

      Mind, you actually do get something different out of it depending on those details. A better built home will tend to last longer, need less maintenance, cost less to heat and cool, it can be better made to be healthy to live in, and impart other benefits you otherwise may not get. While a custom home means it can be tailored to your needs and preferences and go beyond the basics of a home.

      So there’s more to it than simply looking at them as shelter and whether or not it includes land. For those who want a specific type of home, the price can just be different depending on what exactly the want to get and how it gets done. While the costs can be relative and should be considered in context for how they actually compare because everything is not all equivalent and details can matter a great deal to what you actually will be getting…

  • Linda
    October 6, 2022, 7:49 pm

    Would live here in a heartbeat. Love the flower boxes!!!

  • Hallie Hansen
    October 7, 2022, 9:24 am

    Where is this located? Would love to know.
    Thank you

    • Alex
      October 7, 2022, 10:36 am

      Hi Hallie, good question! It’s located in Hartford, NY.

  • Linda Baker
    October 7, 2022, 9:15 pm

    don’t understand why they’re selling it furnished – free standing cupboards are cute but give me a closet for real storage any day – use pocket doors people, the bedroom and bathroom could use that extra swing space for storage of some sort and there is literally no counter space except the stacking table area behind the couch and so few cupboards! Cute but not practical from my point of view. I would also point out that those open beams are going to be hard to clean. I would rather have the porch half its width, with the other half enclosed to make an entry for coats, boots and other storage instead. Just personal preferences I guess, and – is the refrigerator on the far side of the hallway away from the kitchen area? window boxes are cute but I can’t help but think that $ could have been better spent elsewhere on what I consider necessities.

    • James D.
      October 7, 2022, 10:17 pm

      “don’t understand why they’re selling it furnished”

      Probably just because that’s easier than selling the furniture separately and helps sell it… They probably had this built for themselves but now have to sell it and so everything goes that they don’t need to keep.

      “is the refrigerator on the far side of the hallway away from the kitchen area?”

      Yes, you can also see it in the floor plan as well…

      Moving the bathroom door to the hallway would solve this, allow for a L-shaped kitchen, put the fridge in the kitchen, and still provide more counter top space.

      They didn’t build the shell, so, if that included some interior walls, perhaps they just adapted to the existing layout but they could have changed that detail easily enough if they were hiring contractors, etc. and seems to be an oversight or perhaps if this was originally for themselves they just didn’t mind at the time vs the cost of making the change…

      • Patty Puckett
        January 24, 2023, 3:07 am

        I like your idea of moving the bathroom door and refrigerator. It makes more sense and allows more bathroom privacy. Otherwise, well thought out. I always look for washer/dryer in these, as they are putting more w/d in the tiny houses. Nice place. Thanks for your comments.

  • Nannette
    October 9, 2022, 2:49 pm

    Do you make them wheelchair accessible?

    • James D.
      October 10, 2022, 12:42 pm

      There’s no mention of option for making modifications. Listing is for a one time sale from the present owners, who bought the shell and hired out professionals to built it out for them. So would be as is, and any modifications would be up to the next owner.

  • Beverly Clawson
    October 10, 2022, 11:44 pm

    What would be the cost of moving the tiny house to the panhandle of Texas?

  • Sergio Davila
    October 11, 2022, 6:56 pm

    “432 sq. ft. log cabin that started as an Amish-built frame and was built out by the folks at Square Nail Rustics in Hartford, NY.”

    I’m in San Fernando, California, is there anyway I can purchase something similar to this cabin near my location?
    I have just enough to out right purchase this, you say, you only deliver within 100 miles, how does this help me?
    Thank you
    Sergio Davila

    • James D.
      October 12, 2022, 2:15 pm

      No, they said cost includes delivery within 100 miles… Further will just cost more but otherwise, yes, look for something local.

      You may not have Amish builders near you but there should certainly be cabin builders who can sell you a shell you can then build out or you can have it all commissioned locally. Depending on your specific municipality, it just may have to be an ADU…

      You can also look into Park Model RV’s, if you don’t mind placing one at a RV park, etc. but they have units designed to look like cabins. Along with actual tiny house builders who could just build you something like this and there’s also pre-Fabs that offer cabin style units… and there’s always the option to just build a cabin or cottage…

  • Julienne
    October 13, 2022, 2:55 pm

    I like without furnished. with bedroom , with bathroom and porch.

  • rosalyn glichowski
    October 31, 2022, 1:04 pm

    do you have them in Florida?

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