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The “Rancher” Zook Cabins Park Model Homes
At Zook Cabins is one of the largest retailers for modular homes and park model cabins across the United States. Since 2006 the folks at Zook’s have streamlined the process for getting that DREAM cabin.
Not only do they work with durable, Amish built modular log cabin builders, they also have provide amazing customer service for all of their customers. The best thing about the park cabins is that they are delivered as a turn-key package and are ready to be enjoyed instantly.
The “Rancher” Model is no exception!
Park Model Home Floor Plan and Price
The “Rancher” by Lancaster Log Cabins includes:
- 2 Bedrooms:
- Master Bedroom: 8ft x 12ft 10in
- Second Bedroom: 7ft 9in x 8ft
- 1 Bathroom
- Second floor loft area
- Starting Price Approx: $61,000
Lancaster Log Cabins “Rancher” Exterior
The “Rancher” cabin trailer is 13 feet wide and 31 feet long. The exterior is constructed from stained logs and a gorgeous rustic green metal roof. I love the dark bronze front door coming up to the house and the matching bronze frames around the windows.
I think my favorite part about the outside of the house is all of the windows. Not only do they provide amazing light to the inside of the home, but they make the cabin stand out. Especially the windows stacked at the loft area and below.
Lancaster Log Cabins “Rancher” Interior
The Living Room/Kitchen
Seeing as this is a tiny home (measuring at 399 sq ft) you really have to maximize the space and make the most out of it and Zook’s has done a really great job of that throughout the home. Entering through the front door the first stop is the living room/kitchen/dining room common area.
It’s a really nice size area and seems even larger and open with it’s high cathedral ceilings that are accented with exposed beams. The wood siding on the walls and matching flooring really make the space feel rustic and warm.
The best thing about the park model cabins from Zook Cabins is that they all include the turn-key package, meaning that everything down to the fixtures and light switches is included in the purchase of the home.
What you see in the model and in this tour, is exactly what comes when purchasing a cabin. The common area is decorated beautifully. To the right of the front door is a futon couch that converts into a bed.
There is a gorgeous wood table with the futon. Coming around the room, the next area is the kitchen complete with wood cabinets, of course.
There is quite a bit of counter and cabinet space available, which is also nice. The appliances come standard with the home, including the microwave.
The Dining Area
Just past the kitchen is the dining area. There is a build in breakfast table with matching stools. I think this is my favorite part of the house. It just looks so cozy and rustic! Actually,
I think there are too many things about this house that are my favorite to say that. The next stop on the tour being one of them.
Finally, to the right of the front door is the loft area. I don’t know why I love lofts so much, I think because they remind me of being a kid and playing in forts or tents. It just makes it seem so much more fun to be in a loft.
Anyways, the loft is accessible from a ladder and has room for one or two air mattresses or sleeping bags. There is a double light fixture positioned in the middle so if there were two beds setup they would both have good lighting.
The Bedrooms & Bathroom
There is a bedroom located at each end of the house. To the left is the second bedroom, which has a full bed with bunk bed above it that is built-in to the room. I really love the little details in this home.
One of them, is the built in nightstand shelf next to the bed. Next to that bedroom is the full bathroom. The bathroom has a wall mounted sink with medicine cabinet above, toilet, and 4 foot shower.
At the other end of the home is the master bedroom. The master is a really nice size and has those same cathedral ceilings, opening up the room. To the left of the bed are beautiful built-in shelves made of the same wood as the tables and shelving in the previous bedroom.
There are also small built in night stands on either side of the bed. The bed frame in this room is also built in, which I find to be really handy and neat.
That sums up the “Rancher” by Lancaster Log Homes available from Zook Cabins. Let me know what you think of the home. Do you like that everything comes standard with the home or would you rather decorate it yourself? How do you feel about the rusticness of the cabin and all of the wood features?
Thank you for touring with me today and as always, I’ll see you in the next one 🙂
** All photos were used with permission of zookcabins.com