See This 2 Story Gambrel With Wraparound Porches

This barn style house is perfect for anyone who loves the farmhouse look of log cabin design. This Gambrel the barn roof style can be built up to thirty feet wide and as long as you like with the porches of your choice, including wraparound and closed-in porches. You may choose to have a Gable or a Gambrel style of roof. They do not finish out the interior, they build the shell of your log cabin design, so inside this barn style house is a large open space ready for you to get creative.

Some of the features of this Gambrel barn roof style is high quality, kiln dried, Eastern White Pine Siding, board and batten style, 29 gauge painted the metal roof, in 18 beautiful color choices. The Gambrel barn roof style has a ventilated ridge cap, vapor barrier underlayment, 7/16 inch OSB Sheathing on the rafters and rafters sized per model and width. This log cabin design is one story gable uses trusses and has a 5/8 inch OSB Subfloor which can be upgraded to 3/4 inch tongue and groove OSB for a small fee. The floor joists on the first and second floor are 24 to 26 wide and use two by 8s on 16-inch centers. The log cabin design has an eight-foot ceiling on the first floor which you can raise up for a small fee and the sidewalls with two by 4's on two-foot centers with horizontal two by 4's laid flat as a nailer board for siding. The two-story wood cabin models include straight steps up to the full second floor or loft, your choice. The four-inch porch post uppers on this log cabin design can be upgraded to six by six inches for a small fee. The lower posts are considered part of the foundation, so will be supplied by the customer if it's only three to four block from the top of the porch pads to the top of the foundation.

Sweet Cabins builds the shell of your log cabin design. And inside the wood cabin an unfinished, big, open space. The interior of the wood cabin is not finished out, nor do they offer that service. When standing inside on the first floor of your wood cabin, you'll see the OSB subfloor, the wall studs and the log house wrap lining the perimeter of wood cabin. Or you will see the inside of the siding if you choose not to get the house wrap, a basic set of steps up to the full second floor or the loft, and the floor joists overhead holding up the OSB subfloor on 2nd floor/loft. If you have a loft in your log cabin design or barn style house, you'll be able to see all the way up to the rafters from the first floor. There will be a beam that is holding up the second floor or the loft, running down the center of the length, with the rough cut support posts holding up the beam. Exact placement of the beams will be drawn up in your wood cabin or barn style house plans once you get on the building list. You'll want to have a look at the photos on the photo album page or the Gambrel Cabins or the Gable Cabins pages for the interior picture examples.

This Gambrel barn style roof log cabin design can be found on the Sweet Cabins site. On the site, you will find wood cabin plans, barn style houses, log cabin designs, gable wood cabins, porches, hunting cabins, one story wood cabins and so more. **

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