What Are Some Styles of Manufactured Cabins?


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Some styles of manufactured cabins, particularly modular log homes offered by Cozy Cabins, include the Adirondack, Cape Cod, Settler, Lincoln, Musketeer and Frontier. Interested buyers can check out the specifications, including the features, sizes and floor plans, for each design on the company's website at MyCozyCabins.com, notes the company. The site also provides visitors with sample images of the exterior and interior look for each style.

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Cozy Cabin's Settler model is available in two modular constructions: single and double. Sizes for the double module configuration vary from 22 to 28 feet in width and up to 52 feet in length, including the standard six-foot deep front porch. The floor layout for the single module also comes in varied dimensions from 11 to 15 feet in width and up to 52 feet in length with the inclusion of the porch.

The double module Settler is designed with the bedrooms in the rear of the cabin and the bathroom and kitchen aligned on one side. The remaining area serves as entertaining, dining and living space. Both single and double module Settlers feature insulated doors and windows.

Wood-Tex also offers prefabricated modular cabins that are available in various styles, including the Adirondack, Weekender, Keuka, Gatlinburg, Lanier, Cayuga and Woodland models. Site visitors can request information on the latest pricing and designs by sending an email or contacting the company through the toll-free phone number provided on its website, states Wood-Tex.

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