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Small Log Cabin Is Actually A Shed…With Spacious Second Story Loft!

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This 14 by 30 small log cabin is actually an Amish-built shed that you could easily finish into a livable cabin.

It has a full staircase and single-hung residential-style windows making it easily large enough to feel like a house! Steven Barry of Thee Amish Market gives you a full video tour (inside and out) of the shed cabin below.

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Shed That Looks And Acts Like a Small Log Cabin

Small Log Cabin that's actually a SHED!

Images via Youtube / TheeAmishMarket

It has a really sharp pitch with plenty of headroom room to stand and enjoy a full-sized bedroom.

Inside the loft in a small log cabin shed

Inside you’ll find 2 x 6 studs ready for your own insulation, interior wall paneling (tongue and groove pine), or drywall!

Small Log Cabin Is Actually A Shed!

Images via Youtube / TheeAmishMarket

Steven gives a walkthrough showing how you can fully customize this shed to your liking in the video below. What do you think?

VIDEO TOUR – Tiny 2-Story Log Cabin

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  • Weston
    January 28, 2011, 2:55 pm

    I’m sure it’s a lovely shed but the video made me so seasick I couldn’t really tell.

  • Davidrc
    January 30, 2011, 8:06 am

    I think Kent had done a post awhile back on someone who’d purchased an Amish shed and then he’d finished it out to live in. It was gorgeous, even the exposed electrical conduit had been done by a pro who took pains to make it look great. Nice to see that there are still some out there who do good work and take justified pride in it.

  • January 31, 2011, 9:29 am

    I’ll have to try and find that post on Kent’s site. Not sure if I’ve seen that one. Talk to you later David

  • Davidrc
    February 1, 2011, 5:08 pm

    Hey Alex. If you haven’t found it yet at Kent’s blog, then under ‘categories’ click on ‘log construction’, the post is called ‘Jon’s cabin in Wisconsin’ dated 19 October 2010. Built by a company called ‘Cabins to Go’, an Amish company. They used squared off logs in this case as opposed to the round ones of your post. Lot of good pictures, 57 comments. Wow.

  • Ali
    March 2, 2012, 7:49 pm


  • Laurie
    February 17, 2013, 6:23 am

    I saw this on another youtube video, love it!!! Not too expensive either:)

  • May 27, 2013, 3:07 pm

    Please see http://www.amishcabincompany.com for prebuilt fully assembled and delivered cabins made by the Amish in an off-grid facility on an Amish farm in Kentucky. Only cabins currently built in Kentucky that are approved by the Kentucky Industrialized Building Systems divisions as modular residences. Full architectural plans and efficient 3Ht insulation, exposed post and beam timber frame construction. Beautiful Amish-milled eastern white pine from floor to ceiling including all walls and Amish made cabinets. 5 models to choose from, fully finished, unfinished shells, or kits.

  • Mimi Long
    April 2, 2021, 11:16 pm

    How much is this cabin?

    • James D.
      April 3, 2021, 5:24 pm

      You’d have to contact an Amish builder and get a quote, this article is from ten years ago and costs have changed…

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