I didn't really have an architect, but sketched out what I wanted. The company that did the structure had built a pool house for me, and I wanted to match the roofline, the posts and the cedar siding. The SilverLeaf shed is 32 feet long (trailer is 28'), and it is 11 feet wide between the posts. This is VERY narrow when you're backing an 8.5' trailer. The shed was $17,000 and the cement slab (around 45 feet from the edge of my driveway to the end of the shed) was around $6,000. I also had landscaping done ($500), then I ran a cable and a 30 amp RV box from the panel in my pool house (around $100), water pipe (PEX) and a hose bib ($35), and tapped into the sewer line under my pool house for the sewer connection (PVC pipe-- $20). Gutters for the shed were around $200). The shed has an insulated roof, and the siding goes down more than halfway on three sides. It was also built so someone could come in and finish the siding, install a garage door and put a car or a boat in there (or perhaps use as a workshop/studio). BTW, my two basset hounds love to go out there and sleep on the cool cement slab under the trailer. This was a no-cost add on!
"SilverLeaf II" 2015 30' Classic
2014 RAM 2500 Laramie 4x4 CC w/6.7L Cummins
WBCCI # 3430-Unit 21