Tiny Kentucky Cabin

As a child, I use to dream about living in a “cabin in the woods”, but little did I know, that would someday be my reality. When I found my 352sq ft tiny log cabin, I knew I’d found my paradise. Located in a small cabin community on top of a mountain in northern Kentucky, this tiny log cabin is everything I could have ever wanted and more. A wrap-around porch, tall ceilings, exposed beams, and a mix of rustic and vintage decor complete my tiny space. The home sits on a permanent foundation and includes a full cellar for storage. At the end of the day, I realize tiny living isn’t for everyone, but I wanted to prove you could pack a lot of charm and design in only 352sq ft.

Lucas Dunaway
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Hannah - April 9, 2017 Reply

Who did you hire to build? Or did you build it yourself?
Thanks!

Tempest - April 9, 2017 Reply

This is awesome! Exactly what I want for myself!!! Congrats!!!

Goran - April 9, 2017 Reply

What a lovely house !

ken johnston - April 16, 2017 Reply

could I buy a set of plans from you? thanks ken

Robert - April 16, 2017 Reply

What is the sq footage range of the Tiny Houses? Is there such a thing as a 700 sq ft Tiny House? 700 sq ft is still pretty small. Thanks.

mary ann kerby - April 17, 2017 Reply

We need to down size and your log cabin is beautiful, was it very expensive to build ..great job well done…

Lucas Dunaway - May 19, 2017 Reply

Thank you all for the comments! I bought the home already built. It has 352sq ft of living space, plus a full cellar for storage. I love living small. Even with pets, there is plenty of room!

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