Modular Amish Made Cabins Start at Under $52,000 - Tiny House Blog

Modular Amish Made Cabins Start at Under $52,000

With winter on its way, there’s nothing cozier than a little cabin in the woods covered in snow. These said cozy cabins are even better when they can be delivered fully constructed to your site.

Amish Made Cabins are modular log cabins that start at under $52,000.

Amish Made Cabins is located in Shepherdsville, Kentucky. The company constructs certified modular cabins made of high quality materials. Each cabin is made with hand-hewn poly-coated log siding and have pre-engineered knotty pine interior walls. Each cabin comes with a metal roof or shingles and commercial grade vinyl plank flooring.

The cabins can be placed on many types of foundations.

The homes can be delivered to nearly any state and will be placed on a variety of pre-built foundations. Hiring a contractor, plumber, and electrician for electric, sewer, and water is the responsibility of the buyer.

The company delivers the cabins to nearly every state.

The company constructs a variety of models, but the smallest versions of their cabins are the 14-foot and 16-foot wide models. They start at 14×28 (392 square feet) and go up to 14×52 (728 square feet). The prices for these models start at $51,744 and go up to $96,096. Additions and options such as porches, lofts and dormers are an additional cost.

The interiors include pre-engineered knotty pine interior walls.

 

Various styles are also available. Choose from the Appalachian with a side entry, the Kentuckian with one or two bedrooms, the Boone with a corner entry, and the Lincoln with an end entry. The unique Olympic T consists of two cabins that can be connected together.

Other options include whitewash walls…

…and lofts.

The 14-foot and 16-foot wide models include the following:

  • 2×6 Walls
  • 2×10 Floors
  • 5/12 Roof pitch
  • T&G Log Siding
  • Fiberglass insulation walls/ceiling
  • Pre-engineered knotty pine interior walls/ceiling boards
  • 200 Amp electric with fixtures
  • Plumbing roughed in
  • Up to two bedrooms with closet and entry door
  • Bathroom with toilet, sink, vanity, exhaust fan, and tub or shower
  • Vinyl waterproof flooring
  • Up to two fiberglass entry doors
  • Six insulated single hung windows
  • 14′ Upper/lower pine cabinets, sink and Wilsonart counter tops
  • On demand tankless hot water heater
  • 40 year metal roof or 25 year shingles
  • Engineered drawings (Not site specific)
  • Free delivery and set up on your foundation up to the first 200 miles

By Christina Nellemann for the [Tiny House Blog]

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