Large Sugar Shack Plans

A traditional New England design, the Sugar Shack is still used today 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 intend to use this building as a working Sugar Shack, workshop, garden potting cottage, or quaint storage shed, the Sugar Shack design compliments any landscape.

A free materials list can be downloaded when building your own Sugar Shack for comparison of purchasing the materials locally:
Click here for the 14×20.

 

Description

SGRSHKC-12x16-FPA traditional New England design, the Sugar Shack is still used today to boil maple syrup. These large sugar shack plans come standard as a non-working sugar shack, meaning the cupola is strictly decorative; but, if you would like a functional sugar house you can upgrade to a venting cupola which has opening sides where the steam escapes. In the springtime a large cloud of smoke and steam can be seen rising high above a sugar shack. Whether you intend to use this building as a working Sugar Shack, workshop, garden potting cottage, or quaint storage shed, the Sugar Shack design compliments any landscape.

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