The Timberline Cabin Kit is a made-to-order custom log cabin kit from Allwood.
It has 2-3/4 inch thick walls with dual tongue and groove wind block. The walls, roof and floor are of Nordic Spruce, a durable slow grown wood with dense grain.
The cabin is 483 square foot, 354 square foot on the ground floor with a 129 square foot loft. The roof is 14’ 9” at the very top. You can customize the layout a lot of different ways.
Allwood provides some sample house plans with kitchen, bathroom, living area and storage.
- Inside Dimensions: 11’4″ x 7’6″, 17’3″ x 12’10″, 5’8″ x 7’6″, Loft: 17’3″ x 7’6″
- Outside Dimensions: 17’9″ x 25’11″
- Overall Dimensions: 22’9″ x 29’4″
- Height of the Wall: 8’3″
- Ridge Height: 14’9″
Insulation is not included. Depending on where you live and what you are using the cabin for, you probably want insulation. You can order an optional insulation kit. Or purchase insulation locally.
Allwood says it takes two people three days to assemble the kit.
The kit includes:
- 2-3/4″ Nordic Spruce wall planks
- 23/32″ Nordic Spruce roof boards
- 23/32″ Nordic Spruce floor boards
- Pre hung and glazed doors and windows
- Pre-assembled gables
- All nails, screws, fixings, handles and door locks
- Easy to follow instructions
The kit does not include a foundation. The cabin kit can be assembled on a gravel and timber foundation, concrete blocks or a concrete slab. I’m sure you could dig footers and everything if you want, but you don’t need to.
The kid has the roof boards, but no shingles or other roofing materials.
This is the flooring that comes with the kit. It is shown over insulation, which is not included. In this photo you can see the floor boards over the floor joists as they come with the kit.
The 1x4s and insulation shown are available at Lowes or Home Depot, wherever you get building supplies.
These kits are not stock. You select from different options and they make the kit you want. It can take up to four months from when you make a deposit until your kit is delivered.