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the Bear ridge cabin

Modular Homes Built for the Outdoors

Base price:

$77,000.00

Floorplan:

14’x40′

Total Square Footage:

768 square feet

Living Space:

465 square feet

You are looking for a small modular home and want a prefab cabin that is beautiful and built to last. But you also want a smooth process in getting your prefab home designed and setup. At Cripple Creek Cabins, we work hard to make the process smooth and the modular cabin the best you would wish for at an affordable price.

As our biggest modular home, The Bear Ridge Cabin boasts 768 square feet, 465 of which is living space. It comes with a 14’ x 6’ covered porch. Upon entering, you will be greeted with an open living room. All wall and ceiling surfaces are beautiful rustic knotty pine and a matching durable vinyl plank floor runs throughout the living/dining room and kitchen. The Bear Ridge modular homes feature a fully functional hickory kitchen with a laminate countertop (optional countertop material available).

Next to the kitchen is a full bath and laundry, featuring all the necessities one needs. At the back of this modular home is a large bedroom and accompanying closet, giving you plenty of space to rest after a long day. Explore the images in the specifications below and then give us a call.

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Bear Ridge Cabins

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Built in CabinetsDishwasherVinyl Plank FlooringSpace For RefrigeratorLadder to LoftBathroomStove/Oven SpaceRecessed LightsSmoke DetectorBedroomPowerKnotty Pine Interior

Built in Cabinets

Alder Cabinets

Dishwasher

Space for dishwasher. Who wants to do dishes?

Vinyl Plank Flooring

Vinyl plank flooring throughout.

Space For Refrigerator

The Bear Ridge Cabins are fully functioning kitchens.

Ladder to Loft

Two spacious lofts (13x10 & 13x6) for sleeping or storage.

Bathroom

Bathroom, Sink, Shower, and Laundry

Stove/Oven Space

Recessed Lights

Recessed lighting throughout

Smoke Detector

Bedroom

A spacious bedroom

Power

Hookups, outlets, and conduits to run communication wire (cat 5, ethernet, etc).

Knotty Pine Interior

Tongue and groove rustic knotty pine paneling on all walls and ceiling

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The Kitchen in a bear ridge Cabin

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Enjoy all the amenities in your Bear Ridge kitchen. The kitchen in this modular cabin is equipped and ready for all your important kitchen appliances.

  • Solid Alder wood cabinets
  • Laminate countertops (optional material available)
  • Appliance hook ups for range, dishwasher, washer/dryer, and refrigerator (appliances are not included)
Customizable Cabin Options

Exterior Features

  • 14′ x 40′ exterior size (including porch)
  • Constructed with pine siding. Log, lap, and board & batten available
  • Choice of exterior stain color and roofing material (see below)
  • Pre-hung 9-lite fiberglass entry door
  • 5/8″ tongue and groove plywood subfloor
  • 2′ x 8′, 12″ on-center floor joists
  • 6 ft porch with Timber Tech outdoor decking
  • Wall mounted porch light beside the door
  • Cedar posts and cedar spindles (black metal spindles)
  • All window are vinyl, insulated, single hung, with the option for double hung. Number of windows may vary with model
  • Two 24″ x 24″ insulated octagon windows

Cabin Floorplans

The Bear Ridge modular log home floor plan.
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Insulation in the Modular Cabin

It’s no surprise that any permanent living space is going to need excellent insulation. That’s why we use closed cell foam insulation in all our modular cabins. This is one of the most efficient insulating materials commercially available, and it delivers incredible energy savings.

The term “closed-cell” comes from the cell structure of the insulation material itself. One cubic inch of this polyurethane foam insulation contains millions of tiny plastic closed cells. These cells are filled with Enovate®3000, a non-ozone depleting blowing agent. This blowing agent is what contributes to the highly efficient insulating properties found in this type of insulation. In short, this insulation does an exceptional job at containing heat, providing an air barrier with low moisture vapor permeability, and resisting water.

Insulating a Prefab Cabin with Foam Insulation

Plumbing and Heating

  • Bathroom vanity and faucet
  • Toilet
  • 32″ shower
  • 30 gallon hot water heater
  • All water supply lines are PEX
  • Waste and drain lines are PVC

Electrical Package

  • Wired for all receptacles in accordance with electrical standards
  • Wired for all interior and exterior lights, fans, and appliances
  • 200 amp breaker box/electrical panel
  • GFI in bathroom and kitchen
  • 220 volt wire for stove
  • Smoke detector
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