The Pigpen's cost has remained the same - 5,000 coins for the frame. You'll also still need to build the frame to completion by using bricks, nails, and wooden boards. The only difference now comes in the building's appearance, but, for those detail-centric players like myself - that's all the change the building needed. For a detailed guide on how to build a Pigpen (say, if this were your first, or you'd just like a reminder), check out our complete guide.
Did you wait to build a Pigpen because it was light brown and white rather than dark brown like other English Countryside buildings? Let us know in the comments.