RoadHaus Wedge RV Cabin

Nov 8, 2017

Category: Living

If you keep tabs on the world of tiny homes even only peripherally, you’ve likely noticed a common thread; the more a home opens itself up to the outdoors, the less confining it feels. Just take a look at the Roadhouse Wedge and you’ll see what we mean.

Measuring in at just 493 square-feet (including the deck), the home boasts wraparound window panes along the top portion of the walls, and a floor-to-ceiling glass door at the front of the home. These windows go long way to lighten up the small space, giving it a more free and open feel. To further complement that sensation, the RoadHaus Wedge’s front door opens up to a welcoming deck that’s shielded from the elements thanks to an overhang. But not all good things lay outside these four walls. The home features a spacious living room, a full kitchen with cabinets, refrigerator, and sink, as well as a large bedroom and full bathroom. It’s a great home – both inside and out.

Purchase: $76,000

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