Lonestar Cabin

The Lone-star cabin can be built using the rustic board & batten siding or our T&G white pine log siding. Utilize all the space normally shared with a porch, for the interior. We can build up to 16’x48′.

Standard Features:

  • Treated skids
  • 7 ½ ‘ sidewalls with cathedral ceilings
  • 2x6 treated joist (2×8 available)
  • 2x4 studs 24″ OC (16″ OC available)
  • 2x4 trusses 24” OC with metal truss plates (on 16’ wide we use 2x6 truss material with metal plates)
  • 40 year metal roof
  • Haley log cabin stain with clear top coat protectant
  • 1 solid Fiberglass door painted to match roof
  • 4 alum single pane windows OR 2 insulated windows
  • Log siding or rustic board & batten siding

Optional Interior Package (in kit form):

  • R-13 insulation for walls & ceiling
  • 1x4 pine trim for windows & doors
  • 1x8” tongue & groove white pine interior siding
  • 1 starburst ceiling brace
  • Bubble insulation under floor

Our cabins are built and delivered almost anywhere. We make every effort to meet all codes in your specific county, but please discuss all requirements with our sales department before making a purchase. Our cabins are delivered with the exterior only finished.  Once the electrical, plumbing and insulation have been completed, we will come back to install the T&G paneling if you are within our mileage radius.

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What Our Customers are Saying

“Hilltop Structures is a great company to work with. You will not find a more attractive, quality structure for the price– we looked! They are kind and courteous, and very efficient. We couldn’t be happier with our experience. They were very helpful in the design process, were timely during construction, and were meticulous about the delivery– the building was set perfectly straight and level! We continually get compliments on our building, and are hoping to order another one for our property. Take a drive to Cumberland Furnace and see for yourself. Don’t go with anyone else!” – Jenny Casey, Hendersonville, Tennessee