Shawnee Structures Cabins

If you live on the East Coast and are interested in an economical, good looking structure with some of the best pricing I’ve seen for a basic camping cabin. You don’t need to look any further than Shawnee Structures, located in Bedford, Pennsylvania.

Owned and operated by Daryl and Rose Weaver and established in 1999, this is another small business, which gives very personalized service. Currently employing 10 people. Specializing in small sizes they are able to control the quality of each building.

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Wood Stain Siding

There sizes range from 10 x 18 to 14 x 40 and prices range from $2,695 to $7,950 with a choice of barn style, camping cabin style or cottage style roofs and vinyl or wood siding.

Shawnee Structures also offers a log cabin style with sizes ranging from 12 x 18 to 22 x 48 and prices ranging from $7,870 to $42,595.

The only drawback I see with them is that you need to be on the East Coast in Pennsylvania, Maryland and West Virginia to get one of these great little cabins.

Visit Shawnee Structures Website to learn more.

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Vinyl Siding

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Log Cabin

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Shawnee Structures Cabin

10 Comments Shawnee Structures Cabins

  1. Brian

    This changes my preception of what a cabin like this should cost. If someone can do this at relatively low volume for this price, why is anyone paying almost 10 times as much for the same thing elsewhere?

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  2. Kent

    Brian, I’m sure you realize that this is a well designed cabin exterior and the inside needs to be finished etc. Still, compared to so many others out there it definately is a great price and I would sure love to get one out here in California.

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  3. Brian

    I understand that. Very impressive price for some excellent bare bones by the looks of it. Of course, I’m in Canada, so I’m much more limited, and will likely have to build myself.

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  4. Julie

    I wish there were something like this in the Midwest! I’m dying to live in a cabin, but I’m afraid cost pushes them out of reach unless there is a company like this in Missouri!

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  7. Heidi Brown

    If you’re looking for something very similar a little further west, you’ll have to check out Graceland Portable Buildings. I am currenting converting one into a house for myself and girls.

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