I’m always on the lookout for pre-fabricated structures that can potentially become tiny houses, and the Amish Meadow Lark company in Pennsylvania caught my eye for their simple, but beautiful construction of various sheds, two of which could be the start of a tiny house.
Currently, Meadow Lark has five different models of portable buildings to choose from: Mini Barns, Cottages, Quaker Sheds, Hi-Wall Barns and Garages. The Cottages and Quaker Sheds can be ordered in over 15 different sizes. The Cottages cost from $1,120 to $1,480 for an 8×8 foot structure to $4,195 to $5,120 for a 12×32 foot structure. The Quaker Sheds range in cost from $1,285 to $1,610 for an 8×8 foot structure to $4,760 to $5,770 for a 12×32 foot structure.
Both the Cottages and the Quaker Sheds come in three styles: Economy, Deluxe and Vinyl. Each structure comes with double doors, and the Deluxe and Vinyl structures include two windows and gable or ridge vents. Each of the structures comes in a variety of exterior and shingle colors.
Delivery is free in all Erie and Crawford counties for most buildings up to 14 feet wide. There is a $3.00 fee per loaded mile for delivery beyond those counties. Buildings over 8’ wide delivered outside of PA require an extra permit fee. All 14’ wide buildings require a $350 permit and escort fee.
Photos by Amish Meadow Lark