320 Sq. Ft. Post & Beam Cabin in the Woods for Sale

Pinned on September 6, 2013 at 8:25 am by Alex

320 Sq. Ft. Post & Beam Cabin in the Woods for Sale

Photos by Monika Peterson
















This 320 sq. ft. cabin is still really small and cozy and that figure does not include the comfy upstairs sleeping loft that you can sleep in.

“Have you ever wanted to own a beautiful little log cabin close to a Lake? Here is your chance. Professionally built Post and Beam Cabin in quiet neighbourhood at Horsefly Lake, British Columbia / Canada. 16’x20′ on main floor and 9’x16′ loft on 2.3 acre lot. Built in 2010 by Pioneer Log Homes Craftsmen.” (Source)

Here’s What’s Inside this Small Post & Beam Cabin

  • Vinyl windows
  • Pine flooring
  • Pine tongue & groove ceilings & gables
  • Walls have chinked timber effect (not real)
  • 2×6 wall construction
  • Well insulated
  • Electric heat
  • Custom details throughout

On the Outside this Small Cabin Has:

  • Metal roofing
  • Cedar siding
  • 7×14 covered porch
  • Fire pit area
  • Post & Beam outhouse

“Property is walking distance to Horsefly Lake in Central BC / Canada and there is a Private Community Lake Access.  Public Boat Launch one Road over. Phone Service at Property line. Furnishings can be negotiated. CAD $ 124,000.” (source)

Wanna Buy this Little Cabin with Land?

If you’re interested in the cabin the owners, Monika and Sam, are selling it. Contact them here.

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Robin says:

I love it all. I lived without running water or indoor commode for 28 years in Kodiak Alaska. I saw the stars EVERY night…when we weren’t clouded over. We had a very nice set up, no smells or bugs. Opening windows. We also had a banya. I highly recommend trying it.

Tom Zollinger says:

In 65 or so I had a co-employee who had a brand new house under construction — complete with outhouse. He had lived entire life in Harlan Co., KY and had never even seen a porcelain facility (indoor privy). He said he did not want guests hear he or wife “tinkle.”

Christine says:

How much is $124,000 CAD in U.S. dollars?

Nortie says:

Love it all but two things.. Its grid connected and kinda pricey…

Tom Zollinger says:

A yideo all lovers of tiny houses should watch. It has softened my hostility to Ralph Waldo . . But this is not at all like Walden. True elegance w/gas lighting, fine antiques, great books, fire, no electric, all in 144 sq’ Watch:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDbrUk2xYBo

Comet says:

My DREAM cabin!!!! Now if we could add an indoor privy and a seperate ground level bedroom—handicapped granny here!!!!—this could be home!

The CA to US Dollar ratio is not that far off these days so this would be *about* the same in either currency. A bit spendy but not that far out of line—I live near a lot of lake side cabins like this in the Adirondacks and for something this new and nice this is a “fair” price.

I LOVE that they put in that 40″ stove! Nothing like one that size. I miss the one I had. And the over size logs are EXACTLY my style! Swoon!!!!!

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