While Nashua Builders is committed to excellence in all of our modular buildings, we also have a creative side and are always striving to create fantastic vacation cabins perfect for providing you and those your love with the best place to escape the stresses of life. If you have been itching to invest in your dream cabin, call us, and we can turn your dream into a reality. Here are a few famous and interesting cabins from American history to inspire you.
Davy Crockett’s Cabin – Rutherford, Tennessee
Nestled in Smokey Mountains Rutherford Tennesee Davy Crockett kept a small cabin that became his sanctuary. During his stint in Congress from 1822 to 1835 this rough but handsome cabin, was his home base for all acts of pure manliness. He killed over a 100 bears hear during his breaks from Washington, and he left the cabin when he left for Texas where he died in the Alamo.
One Log House – Garberville, California
This Cabin may not have been home to a famous senator, but it is one of a kind, to say the least. It was built using one trunk from a 2,000-year-old Redwood tree, and a cabin to the side of it was made out of the sides that were carved out. Miraculously, this cabin is actually quite spacious, as the tree is 13 feet in diameter.
Little House in the Big Woods – Pepin, Wisconsin
Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Pioneering spirit still lingers in the imagination of the many school children and adults who have fallen in love with her books since they were published in the early 1930s. Her cabins are still one of the most famous in literary history. This small cabin in Wisconsin is no longer surrounded by a big woods, but the farmland around it is still beautiful.
So no matter if it’s the frontier, the wonder of natures, a literary venture or anything else that inspires you, make sure you contact Nashua so that you can get a cabin to go with it.