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The Inside of this small prefab cabin will blow your mind! The prefab home featured in this tour is the “Lonestar 102” by Lelands Cabins. This model as toured has a 2 bedroom 2 bathroom and a 832 sqft layout. I loved the huge porch and the rustic interior with the tin roof!
Looking at the outside of this small yet cute prefab cabin, you would never expect to find such an interesting interior. The outside is covered in LVP Smart siding and is a really nice, soft blue and trimmed out in white. It has one really large dormer that holds a whopping 6 windows and the do wonders for the inside of this home. There are two covered porches one on the front that is more suitable for hanging out and the one one the back is just more of an entry way into the home.
We will start the interior tour of this prefab cabin from the front entrance. When you first walk in, the first thing that will most likely jump out at you is the ceilings… and maybe the exposed truss. But definitely the ceilings, because they are done with tin sheeting. It really is a different look and something I have not seen in a small prefab cabin like this before.
Beyond that, you will notice a rather open floor plan connecting the living room, dining area and kitchen with bedrooms on either end. On the kitchen side, you have the master bedroom with a gorgeous tray ceiling and an en-suite with a stand alone shower. Oh yeah, in the bedroom, the ceilings transition away from the tin sheets and back to white pine slats that match the walls of the cabin. On the living room side of this prefab cabin is the second bedroom and an unattached bathroom.
Above the second bedroom is a loft with access via ladder that can be used as extra sleeping space or even a valuable form of storage in addition the “attic space” above the master bedroom.