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    • It varies depending on what part of Georgia you are in, call your local courthouse & and ask them for the building codes office. Southwest Georgia, require permits just for informing them you want to build something. Other counties may require more.

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  5. are there any plans written for this cabin? I don’t have a link to the pictures if there are any of the construction of the cabin. I really love it. I am wondering if you could use solar powered electricity to run it?

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  11. Looks fabulous. I don’t get how it can be built so inexpensively, while I see “tiny homes” for $60-70,000. Those just don’t seem to be a good value.

  12. I am so glad I found this!! Though I don’t have a background in construction, I have family and friends that do, plus the little experience I have in remodeling a house after a fire. The illustration along with a materials list and my “do it yourself” attitude gives me enough that I feel confident in being able to build this!

    • Yes I want to see pic’s
      . Wish all site like this would remember to TAKE THOSE PICS AND POST THEM !!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    • Please keep me updated on your progress, I have been wanting to do the same for awhile now. Since it is a few years old I’m sure some of the cost’s might have gone up but to me it still seems doable!

  14. Are there pictures of the inside anywhere? I would LOVE to see how the layout inside is, and any updates that have been made! Has it held up as expected?

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  19. Love this. I am planning to build cabin in woods as a personal retreat. Get close to God and nature. Back to my childhood.

  20. Issue with drawing: in the roof detail (lower right) it shows 2×12 ridge board, but in the upper part of drawing it shows 2×10? FYI: for all you that want as I do a cabin in the woods. Go to the county where your land is and get with the Zoning dept. and Building dept. of the county for Zoning and Code. Find out what your land’s zone is: A-1 = Agricultural; R-1 = Residential etc. Then find out what that zone allows, R1 in some counties is a house size min. of 500qft; others it’s 1000sqft. Otherwise you’ll find your dream of a cottage in the woods just that, a dream.

  21. Thank you for taking the time to write this, even if I never build a cabin I’m grateful for the expert information!

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