hey guys, i have attached an image (sorry about the lack of quality on the image, and all the junk in the foreground, it is all i have at the moment) of a cabin that i built while i was in high school. i have recently been approached about selling the cabin. the lady is interested in moving it to her property and setting it up next to a lake. i have been fighting with this decision because on the one hand it has a lot of sentimental value being as it was one of the first major building projects that i ever headed up by myself. on the other hand it would be nice to bring in some extra cash, that is of course subject to its value. the cabin itself sits on my uncles property; i have long considered disassembling it and moving it to my homestead, but have not found the right time to do it. this may finally spur me to proceed with that plan, depending on what she is willing to give me for it. some information on the structure. the cabin sits on top of cinderblocks. there are 10" x 10" barn beams that support the floor. the floor is built out of a 3" x 6" tounge and groove planks. the walls are built out of 3" x 8" planks that are notched to slide together like lincoln logs. the planks on the back wall of the cabin are 16' long and the planks on the side wall are 12' long. overall inside dimensions roughly 14' x 10'. i have not been able to subjectively come up with a value on this structure and highly respect the input from the members on this board...so, what do you think?