This is a small house structure with a barn home basis. It’s a “Gambrel Home” from Amish Buildings. A lot of people are looking at these small houses, and alternative buildings styles in general. For some its the cost, for some its the rustic look they’re looking for.
And if you end up building another house, you can use a barn house as a barn later, or storage, or a guest house, or ship it out for someone else to buy as a house. And who’s to say you can’t update the building a bit later with a bathroom, or a sink and fridge, or add a second unit onto it?
Gambrel Building Heights
12’W = 14’H
14’W = 14’6″H
16’W = 15′ 3″H
DELUXE GAMBREL CABIN FEATURES
- 8′ Sidewalls
- 2 x 4 Wall Framing, 16″ on center
- 2 x 4 Rafters, 16″ on center
- CDX Plywood Roof Sheathing
- 25-Year Fiberglass Shingles
- 15# Felt Paper
- Continuous Ridge Vent and Soffit Ventilation System
- Aluminum Drip Edge
- 2 x 8 Tongue & Groove Treated Flooring
- 36″ 9-lite Steel Entry Door
- Lockset for Entry Door
- 1 x 4 Cedar Trim (on Premier and Deluxe)
- 1 x 6 Cedar Fascia Board (on Premier and Deluxe)
- Porch with Cedar Posts
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