Today we received our Amish-built barn, made by Cedar Creek Storage Barns in Manton, MI. The barn is 14 feet wide by 24 feet deep, and will hold the pontoon boat during the winter. There will also be room for storing other items, like kayaks, paddle boards, garden equipment, etc.
This barn will help remove the clutter from the garage. I’ve ordered another 10 yards of crushed stone to shore up the sides of the foundation and to make a ramp for the front.
4 Comments on “Amish-built Barn Arrives”
Kevin, I am looking at purchasing a small cabin from Cedar Creek this spring and was just wondering how yours has lasted since you purchased it? Would you purchase from them again?
Hello Brian. This barn has been rock-solid. I’m still impressed with the quality of construction. No concerns.
I was driving through KALKASKA today and noticed you had building’s there and i am interested in your gambrel cabins and i noticed it was a 14×36. For 13.997.0. And I am wondering is make a longer one. 14x 50 and what it would cost including delivery to the Gulliver area in the UP. And if by chance you could e-mail me other cabin options you have on rent to own or buy out right
Hello Leonard. I sent an email reply with this information, but I am not affiliated with Cedar Creek Storage Barns in Manton, MI. I simply purchased one of the barns, and have been quite pleased with the quality of the materials and craftsmanship.
Best wishes on your cabin purchase.