Southern New York Cabin

by Kent Griswold on October 3rd, 2008. 12 Comments
Share on FacebookShare on Google+Pin on PinterestTweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedIn

Sam Smily of Southern New York has built this cool little cabin that I fell in love with the minute I saw it. If I wasn’t on the west coast I would see if I could take it off his hands. Milled with Quartersawn oak, it gives it a nice rustic feel.

The interior kitchen is well thought out, with lots of good cabinets for storage. With the steep metal roof tow ward off snow, it makes room for a nice sleeping loft, which is reached by a ladder. Heated with a wood stove.


Sam is needing to relocate and may have this cabin up for sale in the near future. I am in the process of getting a few more details from him as to exact size and other specifications. I will fill in this information as soon as I receive it.





If you enjoyed this post, subscribe to our feed

October 3rd, 2008and filed in Stick Built
Tags: cabin, rustic cabin, Stick Built

12 Responses to “Southern New York Cabin”

  1. Jeff says:

    I wonder where in S.NY.
    I sort of doubt its in NYC. So maybe Rockland Co.?
    I wonder what his land costs were.

  2. Daniel says:

    looks great! The outside doesn’t look like much but the interior is beautiful. I like the nice wood tones and the open space.

  3. Justin says:

    Odd, I think the exterior looks great, and that the interior could use a big helping hand…. you can do SO much more with it than the cheap cabinets and furniture.

  4. Guy says:

    great place

  5. Kent says:

    I personally am a big fan of rustic exteriors. So really it is a matter of taste. Sam will be getting more info shortly. So stay tuned.

  6. Andy Anderson says:

    I am interested in this cabin. Please keep me updated. where in New York is this place, I am near Woodstock. Very nice place

  7. Christine says:

    This one is going to be the top of my wanted list for my future Tiny Home. I like the simple layout of the kitchen, you can always design it with your own liking.

  8. Francesca says:

    I’m looking for something just like that! How many acres? Contact me when it goes up for sale, please.

  9. lisa carton says:

    i’d alos love mor einfo—thans

  10. Jack says:

    Looks great, wondering how big that wood could be? Easily over heat in a small home, real fast!

Add Your Photo: To add your photo to your comments just visit Gravatar and upload your photo.

Leave a Reply