Jack and Rylie lost their jobs in 2020, moved out of California, and back to Jack’s home state of Minnesota. That’s when Jack got to work building an A-frame retreat cabin on family land. He completed the build in 7 days for well under $2,500.
The cabin is primarily a “glamping” set-up, with a twin-sized bed, couch, propane cooktop, and wood stove. They typically come to this spot for weekend stays, and love getting away from it all.
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They Built This A-Frame in 7 Days for under $2,500!
They have a cozy twin-sized bed.
There’s a little couch and wood-burning stove.
It only took him 7 days to complete the A-frame.
VIDEO: Tiny A-frame cabin built in 7 days for cheap! Off-grid oasis
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Brilliant! That pretty much sums it up for me. Great use of material and a small space !Love the simplicity, functionality and how you personalized your cabin . When out camping, I love to sit by a fire or just out in the sun and have my whisky drink too! and just enjoy nature.
Nice work guys!
I have the free tiny A Frame plans for 8×8, 8×10 or 8×12 on Instructables.
I have the 14×14 plans on my website.
Sighhhh.. so, all I need (aside from 2500.00) is a piece of land that someone else will let me build and live on for free. Fudge!