Tiny House in a Landscape

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This weeks Tiny House in a Landscape is a cabin I discovered that is coming on the market soon. The Tiny House Blog is not getting any compensation for showing it, I just liked it and the company that built it so thought I would show it to you.

Montana Mobile Cabins built this cabin in 2006. The cabin will be coming on the market soon so here is a little sneak preview. The cabin is 14 foot by 26 foot and could be used as an art studio or guest cabin.

This cabin has been impeccably maintained over the years! The cabin is wired for electrical, electric wall heater, track lighting and pendant light. Kitchen cabinets, sink and eight foot countertop. Hearth and wood burning stove. A bathroom could be easily installed in the current storage area.

The cabin will need to be moved from it’s current location in Sheridan, Montana. Cabin can be moved within Montana and possibly to neighboring states, however there may be some limitations and buyer will be responsible for moving fees.

For more information contact Montana Mobile Cabins.

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joanne smith - September 13, 2014 Reply

the best I’ve seen!

Wendy - September 13, 2014 Reply

What an amazing little cabin! But I don’t see the “mobile” part- is it in wheels that are hidden by the rocks around the base of it?

Sue - September 13, 2014 Reply

It’s nice to dream 🙂

jipsi - September 13, 2014 Reply

LOVE THIS CABIN… but (sigh) it would probably cost as much to have it moved closer to my prsent locale (Illinois) or the one I’m looking into moving to (Virgnia, close to where my son is stationed at Langley AFB) than the cost of the structure itself. ;-(
But this is a real beauty, all told…. 😉

    paul - September 28, 2014 Reply

    not many places to have one there close to LAFB in Va. too crowed unless your going to buy land and then its a waste trying to save money, very expensive there.

Becca - September 14, 2014 Reply

i <3 log cabins

Nataly Rubinstein - September 15, 2014 Reply

I couldn’t pull up the pictures so I went to their site- all I can say is wow!!! I can only imagine the shipping to NC, but it would be worth it!!!

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