Tiny House in a Landscape

Wheelhaus Wedge cabin

This weeks Tiny House in a Landscape of the the Wheelhaus Wedge set in the beautiful state of Wyoming. This is one one of my favorite park model homes and I hope to one day visit and stay in one of these. Actually the model I personally like the best is the Caboose style. If you are interested in seeing more of Wheelhaus designs click here.

These park models are located in a high end resort called Fireside Resort at the Jackson Hole Campground. Here is what they say about themselves.

Jackson Hole’s first nature lodging experience and only luxury summer and ski cabin resort. Each of our 19 one-bedroom Fireside Cabins represent a combination of both rustic and modern design. Located just minutes from the slopes and Grand Teton National Park, Firside Resort is the perfect choice for all seasons. Jackson Hole luxury lodging that is truly one of a kind.

This is the kind of understated quality, simplified luxury and access to nature that you can relax yourself into. Warm and inviting. Rustic and simple. Cozy up in one of our many Jackson Hole cabin rentals. Your own private campfire is just a match away. The s’mores are on us!

No this is not an ad, I’m just really impressed and I love the photo of the tiny home/cabin in a landscape. Do you have a favorite place in a beautiful setting? Please send your photo to me at tinyhouseblog (at) gmail.com. Thank you!

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Thomas Giacomelli - January 18, 2014 Reply

This is amazing! There is nothing like the warmth of a small house on a cold morning. We like to bundle-up and drink coffee on our porch as the sun comes up on Sunday mornings. Then when you go back inside, the warmth penetrates so much faster than a larger room does. We love our micro-house and have an affection for those who share our passion. Even though we don’t ski, Jackson Hole cabin rentals looks like a good vacation spot!
Thomas Giacomelli
http://www.lyvfree.com

Jason - January 18, 2014 Reply

The Wheelhaus homes are beautiful, but they are very expensive! That’s the only downside with them, at least expensive for the Tiny House movement and its (intended) philosophy of not needing a mortgage. The basic price of a Wheelhaus starts in the $90K range and that’s the bare bones. But they’re nice!

    E - January 18, 2014 Reply

    You know what? THere are high ends and low ends of EVERYTHING in life. Look at their website, check out the construction and finishing details. Quality and craftsmanship costs, period. Would it be in MY budget? Not even close, but I can appreciate their quality and the fact that there is a market for them. I’d love to see more people in the middle incomes choose tiny living. Their greater political and demographic power can help to open up the logistics of tiny homes for all of us.

    What’s with this “intended philosophy” stuff that people bring up from time to time? I do agree that a LOT/many/most of the people who want to live tiny are doing so for economic reasons, but I really can’t buy your premise, or the implication that if you can’t buy it for under $20k it has no reason to exist, or be shown on the various TH websites. We see this over and over in the comments and it’s just beside the point in my view. Look at what they offer, take inspiration from it, and build your own!

    laura - January 18, 2014 Reply

    90K not everyone needs to mortgage that amount. Even if they did it’s sure a lot smaller mortgage than half a mil. :/

Debbie - January 18, 2014 Reply

I would love to see the inside and get more details regarding price and location.

matthew campbell - January 19, 2014 Reply

they are very well designed, very nice product. its refreshing to see something other than a tumble weed trailer. the tiny/little house movement is alive an well and moving forward, i believe there is an will be a market for the middle to high end of the little/tiny house market.

Brent - January 19, 2014 Reply

90k…lol…I can get a normal house for that…Ill pass….I make a good living and that is still NOT what I would consider cutting costs haha…to each their own.

Chinle Miller - January 19, 2014 Reply

I can buy a lot of smores for the $500/night price they want to stay in one of these. Ridiculous.

hunter - January 24, 2014 Reply

neal shelden designs has diy buildings just like these. no I don’t make money by recommending them I just remembered they carry this design. check the web. hopes this helps

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