At any rate, they seem to be better options for many people’s needs than stick-built homes. We’ll probably end up doing a remodel, then plop one of the cabins above on the land as an in-law unit!
Alternatively, use your cabin to store your hunting gear, sports equipment or garden tools where they’ll be secure and protected from the elements.
The sparse, but warm and bright interior, leave a lot of options open for homeowners with an eye towards decoration. Michigan; out of state can incur additional installation and permitting costs) and high-end, environmentally-friendly kitchen and bathroom fixtures.
Most units are small, however, if people got down to their bare needs it probably would fit one or two people just fine.
We’ve been thinking about going this route for a piece3 of property we have on a little lake.
The building’s large screened openings let you savor a meal, admire the sunset, observe wildlife, or luxuriate in the cool breeze in a bright and airy environment free from biting bugs.