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If that sounds a bit small for your taste, think of it this way:
A one-room log cabin can get you close to Mother Nature.
Some Of The Great Things About Living In A One-Room Cabin:
- Reduction of your environmental impact
- Ease of maintenance
- Inexpensive construction costs
- Minimalist lifestyle
- Residence in the woods or other scenic surroundings
- Housing can be built on a very small plot of land
You see? Building a one-room log home has many potentially wonderful, cost-cutting, personally rewarding, and fun benefits!
But how do you build a one-room log cabin?
It really is quite simple and inexpensive. In fact, you can build your own log cabin with a simple set of plans involving a 10’x12′ footprint and a dirt floor. A log cabin like that allows you get to close to nature (and it’s perfect for camping, too).
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