A DIY Hand Built Off Grid Tiny Cabin In Wisconsin

This eco-cabin building in Wisconsin is worth taking a look at. The cabin building just recently sold and it really doesn’t get much simpler than this. The log cabin building has both functionality and style as well as efficiency. The adorable 2 bedroom log house is considered a green eco-building and the best part is that it’s off-grid with no monthly utility bills. The cabin building has minimal upkeep and is a great choice as a getaway. You could spend your weekend’s skiing, kayaking and biking, and enjoying the outdoor lifestyle you love.

This inspiring cedar eco-building is a 1.5 story cabin building with 704 square feet of living space. The tiny cabin building has a kitchen, dining area, and living room on the lower level. The log cabin has two 11 by 8-foot bedrooms on the upper-level half story. All of the rooms have wood floors. There is a wood stove that provides heat for the whole cabin building. There is a drilled well with a hand pump, so you don’t need to worry about your pipes freezing. The lights in the cabin building are powered by both solar panels and gas. The log cabin is designed for year-round use, and the cabin building is close to world-class trails. Some of the extras that are included with this cabin building are a beautiful wood-fired sauna and a 16 by 32-foot barn/garage with a loft.

The property has spreading white pines and a grassy field which helps to provide the natural elements of the cabin buildings 5.12-acre setting. There are trails that are mowed throughout the property with winding paths as inspiration rest stops. The birds love to hide amongst the bowers along the trails, and deer who like to browse in the field at dusk. This cabin building is only 3 miles from town, 5 minutes from the Birkie Trail and the Namekagon River landing and is located right on the Cable Cluster of CAMBA trails. You could enjoy this cabin building as a small and efficient second home that will allow you to live a lifestyle that gives you the freedom to pursue your passions.

You’ll want to take a look inside of this charming cabin building and get some ideas for an off-grid cabin of your own. There are plenty of benefits to off-grid living with one of the biggest benefits being no utility bills. Going off-grid allows you to be more remote and not have to rely on the main power grid, which is gratifying as you’ll have no monthly utility bills. As you can see from the photos this off-grid cabin building has all the comforts of home with a cozy kitchen, a wood stove for heat, plenty of space for family and friends to stay, and a beautiful 5-acre property. Off-grid living doesn’t get much better than this two-bedroom cabin building and barn/garage with loft. You could use a log house such as this for a gathering place for family and friends, an artist retreat or some might even use it for full time living.