What is the difference between a house and a cabin?

Houses and cabins aren’t mutually exclusive. This means that something can be both a house and a cabin.

A house can be defined as a building where one or more people live and a cabin is a type of house where one or more people live.

What makes a cabin a cabin is its look and location, although there are exceptions to this. A cabin is traditionally a small rustic house in the woods or near a lake.

So, all cabins are houses but not all houses are cabins. Got it?

INTERESTING TRIVIA
  1. Seven US presidents were either born in or have lived in log cabins.
  2. Granot Loma is the largest known log cabin in the world and comes with a price tag of 40 million dollars. It is set on nearly 8 miles of land.
  3. The children’s toy, Lincoln Logs, was developed in 1916 by John Lloyd Wright, son of Frank Lloyd Wright.
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INTERESTING SOURCES
  1. CabinFreedom.com – What’s the Difference between a Cabin and a House?
  2. WikiDiff.com – House vs Cabin – What’s the difference?
  3. LogCabinHub.com – 8 Unbelievable Facts You Didn’t Know About Log Cabins

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