Customizable Log Cabin Shell with Gable Roof, Porch and Bay Window for only $31,125
These Log Cabin Shells are completed on the outside, then delivered to your location. You decide how you want the inside finished. They are available up to 24-feet wide and up to 40-feet long. You can add or move doors and windows. There are dormer window options. And you can add gables.
This one is shown at two different locations, Secure Storage of Knoxville and Secure Storage of Johnson City. They have the same photos and description.
14×32 Half-log Savage Cabin Shell
Shown with bay window, rustic log railing on 4×18 porch, 1 solid wooden cabin door, 6 insulated windows, red metal roof.
All buildings made by Amish Builders. Buildings are constructed with 16in on center walls and ceiling trusses, 16in on center floor joist (2×6) with 3/4in tongue and groove plywood subfloor. Notched runners. All premium grade lumber, weather and pressure treated floor system.
Fully customizable! You choose addons, layout, colors, etc…
$31125 plus tax (as shown)
14×32 Half-log Savage Cabin Shell at Secure Storage of Knoxville
14×32 Half-log Savage Cabin Shell at Secure Storage of Johnson City
This model is small, 14-feet wide by 32-feet long.
The porch is a bite out of the footprint. It is 18-feet long and 4-feet wide. So inside the cabin is actually quite small.
Here is the model. It really is an adorable little thing.
These cabin shells are built with premium grade lumber. They have 16″ on center 2×4 walls and ceiling.
The floor is 16″ on center 2×6 with 3/4″ tongue and groove plywood subfloor. If you want to hold more weight, you can customize the floor.It is built on notched runners with a weather and pressure treated floor system.
What do the log cabin shells look like inside?
Inside is completely unfinished. You complete it yourself.
This gives you an idea of the space. The gable end is the full 14-feet wide.
The gable adds a lot to the ceiling height.
This is what a bay window looks like from the inside. This one is not in a gable. It has a dormer window above it.
You can also add a loft.
Doors and Windows
The cabin can be customized any way you want. There really are a lot of options.
Here is a closer look at the bay window. It is roofed to match the metal roof.
Choose from different windows. Have them installed wherever you want. Add or move doors to wherever works best with your plan.
Here are some more window options. Top is dormer windows. Middle is larger double dormer windows. Both of these can open for some airflow. Bottom is shed roof dormers with transom windows. Transom windows don’t open, but they allow a lot of light.
This model shows rustic log railings on the porch. There are other porch options available.
Here is a closer look at the rustic log railings.
You can select from a lot of different colors for the metal roof. Standard colors are Black, Slate Grey, White, Burgundy, Charcoal, Blue, Brown, Red, Clay, Stone, Bronze, Tan, Beige, Green or Metallic Copper.
These modular cabin shells are available smaller or up to 24-feet wide and up to 40-feet long.
The cabin is clad in half-log siding. Wood is milled to look like logs at a fraction of the cost of a real log cabin.
These can be seen at Secure Storage of Knoxville at 7721 Maynardville Pike, Knoxville, Tennessee or at Secure Storage Sheds of Johnson City at 501 S Roan St, Johnson City, Tennessee.