24 responses to Amish-Made Log Cabin
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    Andrea green
    Comment on Log cabin (May 29th, 2013 at 06:15)

    Log cabin

    Wow i could see myself living there, sitting on the porch on a beautiful summers evening on a rocking chair, or sat around the wood stove of a snowie winters night all warm and cosy.
    They look fantastic and truly well made, i have a lovely oil painting of a wood scene by a wooded lake with cabin in the picture, guess it could be one of those cabins, that would be my ideal dream cabin i think. Thanks Erick for these great pictures just love them 🙂 .

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    Comment on Amish-Made Log Cabin (May 29th, 2013 at 07:54)

    Ahhh, my dream! Out in the country or in the woods. I just love the look of that and if they were really cheap that would be the cherry on top. LOL I even like the doors on the pantry and the bathroom. Thanks for sharing that.

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      cherry williams
      Comment on Log Cabin (May 29th, 2013 at 08:21)

      Log Cabin

      Wow Wow what a nice well built home.I would like to know the price,if its for sale…..

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        Comment on Amish-Made Log Cabin (June 3rd, 2013 at 08:13)

        I just updated the post with price and layout information.

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          Comment on Two-story model (February 18th, 2014 at 16:36)

          Two-story model

          Curious to hear about the two-story model. We might take a drive down to Shipshe next weekend. Maybe I’ll take a peek (I mean, we’ll already be at E & S next door). 🙂

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            Anette Rosati
            Comment on Shipshe (March 25th, 2014 at 16:26)


            Did anyone end up driving there to price these…Does anyone know if they will come and set it up on your land too ?

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    Debbie H
    Comment on Amish-Made Log Cabin (May 29th, 2013 at 08:39)

    Cute little place to snuggle down in and read a good book. I too could see myself sitting in my rocker on the porch.

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    Comment on Amish-Made Log Cabin (May 29th, 2013 at 09:12)

    Wonderful cabin! I’d love to have one like that out in the woods and sit on the porch listening to the birds and animals. It looks very cozy indeed and SO solidly built. Maybe someday….

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    Comment on Very nice (May 29th, 2013 at 09:13)

    Very nice

    Most “log cabins” I have seen are pretty cheesy looking. This one is really nice. I’d like to have one of these on a lake somewhere in the deep piney woods; what a welcome retreat that would be.

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    Comment on Amish-Made Log Cabin (May 29th, 2013 at 09:46)

    These are beautiful weekend getaways! I have wanted an Amish built cabin for years. I met an Amish man in MN who’s business is called R&S Sawings. When he asked what I thought it stood for I replied with his name. He told me it stands for Reuben & Sons but his sons claim it stands for Reuben & Slaves!

    Is this cabin a giveaway Erik? Ha! I’m saving the old fashion way and one day will have an Amish built cabin in the woods!

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    Christine McMahon-Chase
    Comment on Amish-Made Log Cabin (May 29th, 2013 at 13:40)

    I’ve always loved the looks of log cabins — perfect size for me!

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    Comment on Amish-Made Log Cabin (May 29th, 2013 at 17:41)

    A man could live there.

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    Alice Mary
    Comment on Cozy! (May 29th, 2013 at 21:39)


    I’ve yearned for a log cabin for decades. This would make for a perfect “Dawdi house”(or, “Busia house” in my case). It would be just for me… and my cat. I would also add a safe room or basement, but size-wise, this is ideal! I’d screen in the porch and use it as a sleeping porch for a good part of the year. Boy, could I get a lot of reading done there!

    Thanks for sharing!

    Alice Mary

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    Judy Cosgrove
    Comment on log cabin (May 29th, 2013 at 21:56)

    log cabin

    Im really not a live in the woods kind of lady but that cabin sure might change my mind

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    Comment on Amish-Made Log Cabin (May 30th, 2013 at 00:13)

    A very cute cabin!

    I wish log cabins didn’t remind me so much of the woods. I don’t think I could ever live in a forest ( well, I wouldn’t want to, at least ). I like to be able to see a long way: if not to the horizon, at least pretty close will do! *grins*

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    Jean Junkin
    Comment on Amish-Made Log Cabin (May 31st, 2013 at 13:43)

    I have always dreamed of living in a log cabin. We live in the country and this would fit perfectly on our property. Guess I’ll have to hope I win the lottery. LOL But, you have to play to win and we don’t evey play.

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    Comment on Amish-Made Log Cabin (June 3rd, 2013 at 15:32)

    I would love to have one of those for retirement!!! Thanks for sharing it.

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    Comment on Nice! (June 4th, 2013 at 12:16)


    Wow! That’s much nicer than what I live in now. I’d move in in a heartbeat!

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    Comment on Amish Cabin Company (June 30th, 2013 at 08:52)

    Amish Cabin Company

    Small Amish cabins are great. Please see our website at http://www.amishcabincompany.com for 5 models of Amish built cabins which we deliver preassembled, prebuilt and fully assembled including all fixtures and inspected/stamped electrical wiring. We also sell and ship cabin kits and larger custom built onsite cabins. Our cabins are inspected during construction and approved by the state of Kentucky as modular residences. They’re delivered ready for same day use, set on your foundation. They’re not trailers or mobile homes- no axles, wheels, chassis, they are deed real estate- modular cabins. High efficiency 3Ht insulation and 2 off-grid solar power options available. We build/deliver modular cabins up to 14′ X 40′ with up to 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, kitchen, living area, and up to 2 lofts. We can build and deliver 2 such cabins and join them onsite for double this size.

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    Rick Freedman
    Comment on Amish-Made Log Cabin (August 20th, 2013 at 19:38)

    Please call me to discuss how you work. I can be reached at 561-309-2511

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    Comment on cabin (August 28th, 2013 at 09:29)


    im looking to get info on having something similar built in southern allehgeny county new york. Any suggestions or people to contact?

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    Jake Rosen
    Comment on Amish-Made Log Cabin (October 22nd, 2013 at 16:54)

    Hey there!

    My name is Jake Rosen and I am a Development Producer, at a major television company based in NYC. We have created shows for Discovery, Destination American, History and many other networks. I am always on the hunt for new show ideas, and while researching ideas I came Amish builders. I have spoken to some people at networks who also think this could be a great fit! If you have time I would love to set up a call and discuss this topic and see if we can work together in some way. Any help is appreciated!


    Jake Rosen
    crybaby media

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    Comment on Amish Log Cabin (February 18th, 2014 at 18:39)

    Amish Log Cabin

    Not my dream but definitely my mom’s dream. I think it is awesome that they are built by the Amish!

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    John Amey
    Comment on Amish-Made Log Cabin (September 7th, 2017 at 19:49)

    Very nice log cabins!
    I am wondering if there are Amish built sheep herder wagons. My idea is for a sheep-herder style structure that would become mounted on a 8×16 tandem axle trailer and would be used as a camper. The trailer would of course make it road worthy and the structure would be of similar design of those used by Basque sheepherders that are typically mounted on a 4 wheel wagon which used to be pulled by horses.

    Any info would be appreciated.


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