The Maine Cabin Masters are known for doing some of the best construction jobs around. But this one from a few years ago may have been the best.

In Season 7, Episode 714, the Cabin Masters met the Barnett Family. The Barnetts had some new land on Sebec Lake, as well as a cruddy-looking old storage container. That's right. Not a cabin. A regular old storage container.

Well, this made no difference to the Masters of Cabins, because they went up there and built a modern masterpiece.

This stunning "cabin" is an absolute gem. They managed to fit a bedroom, living room, bathroom, even a kitchen into this container. And not only that, but they also made it sleek and very comfortable looking.

The outdoor add-ons are just the right touch, too. The rooftop deck is super hip, and who doesn't love the throwback spiral staircase? However, my favorite additions may be the beautiful wooden ends of the container cabin. It's craftsmanship at its finest.

What makes this cabin even more unique is the economic and environmental impact it must have. I can't imagine how much money was saved on materials. Meanwhile, this is the ultimate in reusing of product. It reminds me of the storage container pools that are now on the market.

This truly is a masterpiece by the Maine Cabin Masters, who continue to make this state proud. To see more about this episode, including a super cool 3D virtual view of the cabin, click here.

You can catch new and old episodes of the Maine Cabin Masters on the recently rebranded Magnolia Network.

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Here's Where Maine Home-Buyers Came from During the Pandemic

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This does not include sales from Maine buyers or those from Puerto Rico, military bases, and other territories.

A big hat tip to Mainebiz and Maine Real Estate Systems, Inc. for the info.

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