4. Choose Your Cabin Style
At this point, if you’ve decided that a building a prefab or modular cabin is right for you, you should choose the cabin model that’s going to serve you best. All of our cabin styles have delightful characteristics, but how you plan to use your cabin and where you plan to have it built will dictate which model is best.
The Homestead is one of our larger cabins with floor plans up to about 1800 square feet. The cape cod style roof line with dormers makes it well suited to areas where the snow load may be heavy. There’s plenty of room for lots of sleeping quarters for friends and family.
Our biggest cabin, the Legacy can be up to 2400 square feet in size. The cathedral great room ceiling and large windows in the gable give it a majestic lodge feeling. This is a great choice if you plan to make this your family cabin for many years, with the possibility of extended family staying with you for fun memory making.
The Riverwood is our best seller. The easy-going ranch design is incredibly practical and flexible. You can have a few bedrooms, and up to about 1,400 square feet of space, so it’s in the middle of our size range. The reverse gable porch coming off the side gives you some outdoor living space without cutting into the footprint of the cabin.
The Sportsman might be just right for you if you need a mid size cabin on a budget. Two bedrooms, a front porch, and a vaulted ceiling are a few features that our customers love. You can configure the Sportsman as small as 390 square feet, or up to 930 square feet to find the perfect size for your needs.
A covered porch can run the full length of the Weekender, or just in one corner. The ranch style design is classic and flexible. One of our smaller, more affordable designs the Weekender floor plans range from about 400 square feet to 1000 square feet in size, with one or two bedrooms available.