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You'll want to take a closer look at the Tamarack tiny cabin design. The Tamarack tiny cabin design is one of the nicest park model homes Rich Portable Cabins offer. The Tamarack wood cabin has it all. The wood cabin itself has an abundance of upper and lower kitchen cabinets; this park model is very suitable for use as a vacation home. Inside there is all hickory kitchen cabinets, laminate flooring throughout, with drywall on the walls and pine on the ceiling, which makes for a very nice contrast and allows for occasional color changes. The Tamarack tiny cabin design has a large bathroom vanity countertop and mirror, along with a 36-inch one-piece fiberglass shower that makes the bathroom comfortable. The Tamarack tiny cabin design has a storage loft that is accessed from the bedroom with a ladder. The exterior height of the Tamarack is 14 feet 8 inches high, with a width of 13 feet by 10 inches and a length of 39 feet and includes a 6-foot porch. The Tamarack tiny cabin design has 396 square feet of living space in an appealing wood cabin design you will be sure to love.
Standard features that are included in the Tamarack tiny cabin building include two by four wall construction, R-13 wall insulation, two by 6-floor joist 16 inches, R-19 floor insulation, and factory trusses rated for your location, and R-30 ceiling insulation. The Tamarack has laminate flooring on the main level and double pane low energy efficient windows. The cabin building has hickory cabinets, wood ceilings, sheetrock walls and two coats of lacquer on ceilings and all wood Oregon style trim. The kitchen has laminate countertops, one piece 36 by 36-inch fiberglass shower, recessed lighting and a ceiling fan in livingroom. The Tamarack cabin building has a 6-foot cedar deck, and 36 inch fiberglass full glass door to deck. The kitchen has a 30 inch electric or gas range, range hood, a 14.4 cubic foot 28 inch wide fridge. The exterior of the Tamarack tiny cabin design has cedar lap exterior siding and trim stained cedar tone. The cabin building has a 30-gallon electric water heater, an electric or propane heat, a 50 amp RV power cord with 120 amp main panel service box, and fully wired to NEC. Options for the Tamarack tiny cabin design are a laundry center, flooring that is laminate, hardwood, carpet or vinyl, and siding that is log, smart panel lap siding that is painted, cedar lap. Other options include the window panes, the roofing color, pine walls, on-demand propane or electric water heater. Other options include air conditioning; propane RV forced air furnace, wood stove, propane fireplace, propane radiant heat that is vented through the wall, dishwasher, patio door or sliding door to the porch, microwave or range hood, and special appliances either black or stainless steel.
The Tamarack tiny cabin design is just one of the options you have when considering a wood cabin design. You might use the Tamarack tiny cabin design for use as a vacation home, a place where you can spend time with family and friends and create treasured memories. Inside feels spacious with the high vaulted ceilings. The wooden interior and exterior make the cabin building feel cozy and warm, and the back covered porch is the perfect spot to enjoy your morning coffee or to sit out and get some fresh air, no matter the weather. You'll want to take a look inside the Tamarack wood cabin design; you are sure to like the way it looks and all the features.
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