Welcome to Hilltop Structures!

We build some of the largest portable buildings in Tennessee – Over 950 sq.ft! We service the entire state of Tennessee, Southern Kentucky & Northern Alabama. Our facility and showroom is located in Cumberland Furnace, the heart of Dickson County, just minutes from Nashville, Clarksville and Franklin.

Hilltop Structures manufactures log cabins, portable storage buildings, horse and livestock barns and more! Our Amish made rustic furniture uses reclaimed barn wood & red cedar logs. We offer Rent to own financing on Cabins with the exterior finished only!

Introducing our New Classic Storage Building

Introducing our new Classic buildings with a more contemporary look using horizontal lap siding. The standard smart panel 8″ oc vertical is also still available. Choose either one for the same great price! Looks great in your back yard when painted with your choice of Sherman Williams paint.

The Trend in Tiny Houses

A few decades ago, most Americans would have laughed if you told them people would one day give up their big homes for tiny ones. For so long, the American dream involved owning a big house with a back yard and a white picket fence. However, times have changed. The...
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How do I know where to buy a shed, I see them everywhere!

Storage sheds are among the most versatile small structures you can buy for your property. In addition to serving as the perfect places to store lawn care equipment, recreational vehicles, farm supplies, pool care chemicals, and household tools, they can also be used...
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Get Ready for Winter with a Horse Barn from Hilltop Structures

Winter weather isn’t just a threat to homes in Middle Tennessee and the surrounding areas—it can also do a number on outdoor structures, especially horse barns. At Hilltop Structures, we know that winter weather doesn’t have to be exceptionally harsh to cause damage...
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Why Choose Hilltop Structures?

Whether you need a cabin, a horse barn, or a storage shed, it’s important that you get the right building from the right company for your family, your property, or your business. At Hilltop Structures, we make the buying process as easy as possible by following a...
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Great Barn Solution by Tom Brennan of Mid South Horse Review

When Bill and Dana Lackey decided to relocate from their ten acre farm in Rossville, TN to a larger one, they found 69 acres just a few miles east of their home, still within commuting distance of Memphis. The only trouble was that the larger place was a “fixer upper”...
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The Butlers Buy Eighth Building for Eighty Acre Horse Farm in Williamson County

The Butlers are well known in the horse arena. Peppy and her 2 daughters are involved with the Middle Tennessee Pony Club and the United States Mounted Games Association. Both girls have ridden internationally and are have qualified to represent USA later this fall....
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Rustic Comfort Comes to Tennessee KOA Campground

It’s summertime, and for many people that means crackling fires and camping time. Some prefer to sleep in tents, while others pull out their RVs and campers. Still others prefer the comfort of a cabin while enjoying a rustic outdoor setting. At Ron and Libby’s...
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Long-Lasting Chicken Coop Provides Solution at Tennessee Homestead

The dream to live off the land and be self-sufficient sent Dan and Barbara Tedesco to Cumberland Furnace, Tennessee, ten years ago to settle on a 45-acre farmstead. They had researched homesteading while living in Florida, and when Dan’s company downsized, it seemed...
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World Grand Champions Feel at Home in Top Quality Structure

Champion horses deserve a champion place to stay. And that’s what Neena and Knight are getting in their new horse barn on the Johnson property. Mark and Deborah Johnson moved to northwestern Alabama about a year and a half ago, downsizing from twenty acres to seven...
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Quality Craftsmanship Allows Family Memories To Carry On

Grandchildren slumber parties. Reunions and suppers. Family times and quiet getaways. It's all happening at the Cunninghams' new cabin on their 90-acre horse farm at the foothills of the Smokey Mountains. A cabin on the farm is not new to the family. Jerry Cunningham...
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New Door Style for Supreme Sheds

We are changing our door style for the supreme shed to an arched panel door look which really makes this building stand out! We are constantly looking for new ideas and looks to make our buildings more attractive and durable. Check out our supreme sheds....
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