Wheelhaus Mobile Luxury Cabin

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Tiny houses have become a worldwide phenomenon in recent years, and handy men have been all over the trend, building tiny home after tiny home on every continent across the globe. What about those of us that would like to live in a tiny mobile home, but don’t have the experience to build one ourselves? Wheelhaus is the answer to all your problems.

More than just any old mobile home, this tiny luxury cabin is the perfect way to enjoy everything nature has to offer. Each wooden constructed home is framed and built-to-order by an experienced carpenter, and can be plopped literally anywhere your heart desires. There are several different models offered by Wheelhaus, which include the Caboose, Wedge, Lighthouse, Rail Car, Hitch Haus and Silo. So the big question is, how much do these things really cost? Well it really depends on what you’d like done, but base prices range from $75,000 up to $95,000. [Purchase]

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