This is a customer-built Freedom Yurt Cabin.
From the outside, you’ll notice the structure looks just like a yurt, yet it’s built like a cabin!
When you go inside, you’ll find plenty of space for your living area, bedroom, kitchen, and bathroom.
Scroll or swipe down to see how you can build one for yourself, too, using a Freedom Yurt Cabins kit.
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How to Build Your Own Freedom Yurt Cabin
Images © Phil Nemeth
Images © Phil Nemeth
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I have clicked through to the website and love these yurts!
Looks nice but I think it has a lot of wasted material.
Are there any pictures of the finished inside?
Tim, there is actually very little wasted material when building Yurt Cabins. Our manufacturing processes are constantly evolving to eliminate waste and maximize efficiency.
This is a 16 wall yurt cabin, and the kit is around $20,000. In the winter, the insulation keeps it a balmy 50 degrees when it’s 20 degrees outside. We haven’t finished the interior yet, this year we are spending our money to get the well on the property functioning. We do plan to have a bedroom, bathroom, and loft by the end of 2017. This is property we purchased in 2014, and is a weekend get away for our family of 4. With 5 people, you can assemble the yurt in a 3 day weekend. Other plans include building a pole barn, fixing up project cars, building a dirt bike jump, in addition to the RC cars that my husband and kids enjoy. And, we hope to plant a lot of trees. Right now, water is a challenge. Hence our focus on the well. Really happy with our little yurt!