ModHaus Adds Contemporary Flair to Tiny House Movement

Modhaus

Press Release

Jackson Hole, Wyo. – Whether you call them tiny houses, cabins on wheels, recreational park trailers, or park model homes, Wheelhaus designs, builds and delivers a great looking line of them. Now, the company is expanding its collection of innovative and sustainable designs with the introduction of the ultra-modern ModHaus. ModHaus is a one-bedroom unit with sleek exterior paneling and a contemporary architectural style. ModHaus is $89,500 with all appliances and hardware included. To see of all of the Wheelhaus designs and learn more visit, www.wheelhaus.com

ModHaus features a sliding side door entrance to each home with one bedroom, one bathroom, kitchen/living room and a private deck. The bedroom is sized to accommodate a king-size bed and includes a set of four drawers and an under-counter hanging closet that supports a counter-top which also serves as a desk.

The kitchen in the ModHaus includes a two-burner cooktop, under-counter refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher, sink, granite counter tops, high-grade cabinetry with soft close doors and a breakfast bar. The bathroom maximizes space and function offering top-of-the-line glass showers and Kohler fixtures.

Other details include track lighting to properly light artwork, hardwood floors, wiring for cable and internet, and optional fireplace or air conditioner.

As with all Recreational Park Trailers, ModHaus is 400 square feet at 10’6”’ wide x 38’ feet long and can accommodate an additional 44 linear feet of outside deck. Wheelhaus cabins are literally built on wheels and can be delivered from coast-to-coast.

Modhaus floor plan

About Wheelhaus:

Wheelhaus designs and builds Park Model Homes with the highest standards of sustainable building and innovative design. Wheelhaus cabins are a blend of rustic and modern; combining the durability and quality craftsmanship of a log cabin with a modern focus on energy efficiency, innovative design, progressive space management, and top of the line building materials. Wheelhaus cabins exceed the requirements for the Gold standard with the U.S. Green Building Council. Wheelhaus offers several different designs with visually descriptive names like Wedge, Railcar, Caboose and ModHaus at base prices from $82,000 to $96,500 with delivery available from coast-to-coast. See all of the designs and floorplans at www.wheelhaus.com.

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Donna - January 8, 2015 Reply

While very lovely and enjoyable to look at….here we go with the 6 figured homes again….getting away from the original idea that drew so many people but there are those with the larger income that may be drawn to living in small spaces in luxury and style…too bad everyone cannot have that…appreciate your efforts and keep up the good work, it does pass along a lot of good ideas on a lower budget…

    Kent Griswold - January 8, 2015 Reply

    Hi Donna, the goal of the Tiny House Blog has been to try to cover all areas of income and types of homes. So every now and then you will see high end homes as well. I appreciate what you are saying and promise that you will continue to see more of what has been published here for almost eight years. -Kent

curt - January 8, 2015 Reply

Like the design- Wheelhaus- designs I have been looking at and could see myself actually living in a park setting. Keep in mind on the price– you are paying somebody to build you a home. I would guess that the quality of work and finishes are better than some of the manufactured homes out there. One drawback of small homes- you still are buying the same things as you would in a large house- Because of the smaller size and not being a common size you are paying a premium for some items. This is a home that you could really sell on a secondary market and have a easier time selling it and getting some money back out of the home… Even more so if you can set it up with its own land. A park setting it will drop in value rather fast(think new car). Living tiny is not necessarily living cheap- its a lifestyle. This house might be better cataloged as small. I sure could see myself in retirement living in the model in a nice 55 + park with a nice deck or enclosed patio on the side with my scooter parked out front.

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