A prefab cabin can be a great choice for a cabin. Also sometime known as modular cabins, prefab cabins have a few notable advantages over standard completely site-built cabins.
They are faster to build and can be designed, built and installed in as short as a few months
Many models are more energy efficient allowing you to save hundreds or thousands per year in energy costs in cold climates
They are lower maintenance
Here are our favorites:
2500 sq ft by Go Home
Beautiful New England farm home, built by Maine located company, so it can handle the snow
Can be built in Maine or the shell can be delivered and set up anywhere in the U.S.
If built in Maine, the cost will be $230 per sq ft
Passive house which means significant energy savings
Caboose by Wheelhaus
400 sq ft has 1 bedroom and an additional sleeping loft
The base price which includes appliances (but not shipping) is $118,500
Can be delivered anywhere in the U.S.
2,000 sq ft
Shell price of $120k to $137k with a turneky range of $310k to $436k
Estimated annual energy savings of $1,221 (compared to an existing home of the same size built in 1990)
Can be delivered worldwide
Ridgeline 750 by Zip Kit Homes
2 beds, 1 bath, 750 sq ft
The turnkey home generally costs between $160 and $200 per sq ft
Ships to the Western U.S.
Weehaus Barnhouse Medium
2 beds, 2 baths,
Target cost of $200k
Can be delivered anywhere in the continental United States