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Amish built sheds from Tionesta??

I'm looking for a shed for camp. I heard several people talking about affordable amish built sheds from Tionesta, Pa. Does anyone know the name of the place or exactly where it is located? Has anyone on here bought one of these sheds or know someone who has bought one? Just a little curious about the craftsmanship? Delivery costs? Any information would be helpful and appreciated.
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I'm not sure if it's the one you are talking about or not, but there is one in Venus on route 157. He has a ton of different sizes and shapes. They are built pretty nice, and he offers delivery based on the distance. It's about 15 minutes from the nebraska bridge.

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His name is Mast, if I recall correctly. We bought one from him @ 5 years ago and it is well built - no complaints. His son lives nearby and we bought trim for our new camp from him.
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Re: Amish built sheds from Tionesta??

ok. i'll have to take a road trip this weekend. thanks
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Re: Amish built sheds from Tionesta??

If you are on 36 and head towards fryburg from newmansville, it will turn into 208 (at the blinking light) and keep heading past sarah janes store, it will turn into 157 and just past the post office in Venus on the right, there is a amish farm and you can't miss all the sheds.

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Re: Amish built sheds from Tionesta??

Just a thought for you, if you have any one who is carpenter savvy in your camp. We visited the Amish place, found the shed we liked, took about 6 pictures with a cell phone, then went and built it on sight for about 1/3 rd the price they wanted. It was done in one day and one morning. We spent $700 on material, the pre made one was $2300. I have to say it was very easy to do, we had one guy who is a framer, he just led the way and it was a piece of cake.

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We didn't pay anywhere near $2300; delivered and set up @ $1000.
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All depends on the size you want. You don't get much for $1000, maybe 8 x 10 or 10 x 12 ?

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10 x 12
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Re: Amish built sheds from Tionesta??

8X10 was $850 and a 10X10 is $950 (I think). I have a price list from him but it is up the camp, I am trying to remember prices. He will add windows, doors anywhere you want. They all have metal roofing too.

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