jmc90213: Does the cost include moving the house on your property?
Douglas Malone: Who is the manufacturer?
Doug W.: Nice I had lived in the before..great
mark brown: im in a 12 x 35 its a real house with a real bathroom , a few dollars
Martillo Duro: have you seen any thing twice the size of this one but finish already for a
good price,,the thing is that here in levy county florida I got to have at
least 1,000 sqft,,thanks,,I mean the wood cabin,,,
julietwhiskey01: Dude! Go slow with the camera!
Greg Mccumber: $10K + insulation + drywall + electrical + heating + cooling + plumbing +
kitchen + bathroom... Yes you could make it livable... for about $40K +
land cost. You would be better off buying a used travel trailer or 5th
Plumpy: Lol... I can build my own log cabin for $20000 with stuff in it. Like
Insulation and wiring.
Thanatos Katakrima: I think it's called a shed...LOL...questions: how much to add electrical,
plumbing, etc.? How much to put it somewhere? You gotta put it somewhere,
or where else can you put it for free? I think I'd be better off in a
conversion van and it'll be cheaper too.
Stephanie Walker: My Mother lives in one of these out in Cleveland Texas. She had the inside
ByeByeMissAmericaPie: I think that the pole barn would work pretty good as a tiny home factory.
Rob T: your eye brows are friggin HUGE. trim those babys down a notch. LOL
Keith Gardner: Yeah, you can't really say "for about 10 grand, you could be living here!"
It is a shell,nothing more. There is not a single wire or pipe, no
insulation, no paint, no heat, no light, no water, no partitions, no
toilet, no sink, and even more to the point, NO PROPERTY/LAND. Yes, it is a
nice SHELL, but that is what it is. I would say add another $20,000 minimum
PLUS the cost of the land, PLUS the cost of inspections/compliance
depending on where you put it. Unless you are totally off-grid, you have to
expect total cost around $40-50k for a house you're gonna live in.
soylent for you: That's nice and it would be great to deck it out the way I'd like it but
it's not practicle and dollar smart especially in this lousy economy.I
bought an old but very nice and solid 1976 12x60 mobile home placed on my
acre of land for 4600 delivered.Has a kitchen living room combo,2 bedrooms
a,bathroom,everything you need to live comfortably..
louis hesse: This cabin can be built for much cheaper than the listed price just the
framing materials are around $1500 and can be built in one day, the roof
and siding is another $1300. If anyone buys that they are getting ripped
Dogs Rule: Very nice!!!
Will A: What about the cost of septic, field lines, water and electric run to the
house. Also need a shower/bath, toilet, etc.
Jay Boothe: You can build a cabin for far more cheaper then buying one of these.
These would work I agree to convert how ever one pleases.Though I
personally am for cost,labor is nothing to me to build myself.
VortecSilverado: If I had the first building, I would build in a couple of wide shed dormers
with windows in the roof. Make them wide enough so a queen size mattress
would fit in the opening. I think it would look nice and give a little
Roger Lund: Ted Kazinski would be so proud....just kidding.
magickwmn: Ha! Bet you don't make them in Alaska!
John Brown: if you know how to operate a hammer and saw you can built it easy. also
bigger and you can find recycled building material like windows and
doors.... stuff that, $10 grand, what a rip
Steven Schein: Nice shed Bro!!
denise cryer: HOW WIDE ANS HOW LONG IS IT AND CAN I PUT IT ON A TRAILER
Cathy Harrell: derkensen
thedudeman111: NOT BAD at all.....
T Taylor: dude, you say "plenty of room" a few too many times to describe that space.
deputy1040: That shed is missing the following.... Bathroom, kitchen, closet, flooring,
walls, insulation. electrical, plumbing, heating, A/C and numerous other
things which will easily cost over $10,000 in addition to the price of the
Lance Winslow: #Offgrid freedom, a personal small home.
YOPHILLYYO: Just curious do you recall how much the 3 bay metal barn/garage cost ?
happytosing1: I like the porch design
stephane fyfe: very nice place. i want one.it is sweat!
Cathy Harrell: Derksen, finally:)
deputy1040: For that price, I can get a used mobile home and it comes with a bathroom
Cathy Harrell: It looks like Derksens to me, built by Mennonites.
Peace Reaper: now, how do i get that wood cabin deep into the woods where i need it to
DB Maxx: Its $10000 without delivery, walls, electric, plumbing, insulation,
flooring....Its a $10000 shed. Add another $15000 to make it livable..
don carson: add a back door to it, maybe a few larger windows you can get from a
salvage yard, you can also get cabinets, sinks, tubs cheap, i'm looking
into building one myself,
Timothy Carey: that'd be cool!
john anderws: I want one :-) I wonder how much it would cost to ship it in kit form to
Timothy Carey: It's listed in the description above.
NewbiePrepperTv: Owner Financing on an acre or two out in the country is a really great
option for those whose are "Credit Challenged" and would like to own one of
these and turn it into a Off-Grid Home. Tim, most of these places do "Buy
here pay here" don't they? Again, that would be great for those that simply
do not qualify for conventional bank financing. Just don't let anyone rip
you a new one on the APR! Thanks again Tim!:)
Timothy Carey: 5-6k I think if that. maybe 4. They aren't much
soulfullofmetal: Yeah pretty much hey!!!
soulfullofmetal: That metal one isn't a living quarters,Its for parking yor vehichles in
Timothy Carey: I took a wood shopping class in high school and volunteered for building
homes for habitat for humanity. I have some experience but not enough to
some I am proficient in it to where I'd teach people how to do it. I like
to stay in my lane of expertise. Which is communications electronics. Thank
you for your comment. Hell when I get around to building mine, want to come
Timothy Carey: Can you BUILD your own? Show me.
juan carlos mauricio reyes: aja
valleyvortex: WAY too expensive!! You could buy something like this in S>A> for about
$1000. Seriously it is not even "real" wood...but that cheap and nasty
laminated stuff. No Insulation, cupboards, shelving. In fact I doubt the
walls are strong enough to support fixed cupboards...I would love to see
what a competent log home building company could do for $10 000!
Susana1027: The next time you make a video, pull back a bit. The shots are so close-up
that it's difficult to really see the place.