signal shed by ryan lingard
Mariah Morrow and Ryan Lingard built their mountain cabin after, seeing an ad in the Joseph, Oregon local paper while on a road trip for the distressed, 100- by 150-foot parcel for $47,000.
“Where most people would have seen a steep, partially burned, partially logged slope that didn’t have utilities, we just saw possibilities,” Mariah recalls.
Their cozy cabin with woodstove has a perfect view of Wallowa Lake. At just 130 square feet plus a deck this wilderness outpost (a 6-hour drive from Portland) is rustic bliss.
They call their creation Signal Shed. A simple, but modern little cabin recently featured in Sunset Magzine as a micro-hideaway in the woods. Designed himself, architect Ryan Lingard built their getaway on a very limited budget, yet eye-catching and well proportioned. A perfect addition for anyone looking to create some extra space, the Signal Shed is now being offered as a prefab design.
Sitting on pier footings similar to a deck, the inside floor measures 8 by 16 feet, for a total area of just 130 square feet.
Built for $57K, including the land.