A traditional New England design, the Sugar Shack Cabin boasts functionality and aesthetic appeal. Sugar Shacks are traditionally used as syrup houses, a designated building to boil maple syrup. In the springtime a large cloud of smoke and steam can be seen rising high above a sugar shack. Whether you’re looking to use this building as a functional Sugar Shack, or are simply embracing the stand-out look, this design is an asset to any landscape. Sugar Shacks are extremely versatile in terms of usage and our options range from 80–800 sq. feet. The standard option on this design includes a decorative cupola, perfect for workshops, storage shed, playhouse, pool house, guest house, or even tiny living. It can also be customized with a variety of upgrades including several siding and roofing options, local artisan hand-crafted glass roundels, flower boxes, and weathervanes.