A 400 square feet cabin Wisconsin. Photos by Canoe Bay. More info. here.
Is there anyway i could get the blue prints on this house.
Great looking place with great views. Do you know of any plans or kit to build this house?
I want one of these, Can you contact me for info.
OH How lovely!!!
When can I move in? This can’t be too far from where I live. Absolutely beautiful.
Is this place for rent?? year around?? weekly?? please let me know..It is my favorite one of two !!
The link says it is a company that builds and sells them, starting at 105k for the screened version and most of what you see in these pics are options (ranging in price from $2000-$6000 or so…) Nice designs.
Love it! Want it!
Estoy enamorada de esta cabana!
Where can you find a dealer? How would you go about getting one ?
Would love to see more detail. Like holding tank capacities, dimensions, etc.
Beautiful property and location!
So?….I see a lot of ?’s within the comments…How does one access the answers to the ?’s?
Very interested as well ~
HI Donna. With most swoons you will see a link below the photos to the builder’s website where more information can be accessed. Thank you!
Love it a lot, but the price – at $89,000 – is pretty high. You can build your own cabin for half that, with good quality materials. Though doing it on wheels… maybe more than half. Still… it’s hugely tempting. But, by the time you find/buy the lot and get utilities to it, you’re looking at upwards of $150,000, depending on where you want it. For that kind of money, you can buy a full-on house or a condo. Sure, you’ll pay taxes, but what… $1,500/yr? And that’s also a tax write-off. This thing needs to be at about $50,000 to make more sense, IMO.
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