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This is a 336 sq. ft. renovated Tiny Barn Cabin. It’s called the Dry Creek Guest House.

Wait until you step inside – it’s beautiful!

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336 Sq. Ft. Tiny Barn Cabin (Renovated)

336 Sq. Ft. Tiny Barn Cabin

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See how Kevin Durkin and his team, Heritage Restorations, rebuilt and converted this old rustic barn from the 1800s and turned it into the rustic and reclaimed 840 sq. ft. cabin that it is today.

When you walk inside you’ll immediately get to enjoy the look and feel of the exposed beams, large open space, classic furnishings, and the cozy loft space upstairs. Salvaged materials used to rebuild the cabin include the classic sliding barn door, the wood roof decking, and more.

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840 Sq. Ft. Barn to Cabin Conversion by Heritage Restorations

840 Sq. Ft. Barn to Cabin Conversion by Heritage Restorations Image via HeritageBarns.com

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This 896 sq. ft. timber cabin was originally built around 1730 in Lebanon, PA. Today it has been restored and rebuilt in Austin, TX by Heritage Barns.

It’s called The H.J. Light Cabin and was originally used as an inn and it’s a beautiful poolside small home with a 28′ x 32′ footprint. What do you think?

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896 Sq. Ft. Poolside Rustic Timber Cabin by Heritage Barns


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