Spanish Fork, Utah – Utah-Based Modular Home Builder Irontown Homes is now building luxury tiny cabins designed for outdoor recreational living.
The tiny cabins called the SLEDhaus will be built with upgraded features throughout the 572 sq. ft. 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom home, with an available expansion option.
Each home is built to IRC code and can be a permanent or temporary housing option that can serve as a retreat location, remote employee housing, or a park home model that can be rented on a nightly basis at any recreational resort.
Starting at $104,000, the SLEDhaus gives owners a spacious retreat with energy efficient options to enable anyone to truly get away and live completely off the grid. The SLEDhaus sleeps 7 comfortably with the loft and includes 10-ft. ceilings, full-size appliances, a tile-set shower, a tank less water heater, front porch, and dual-paned high efficient windows with an optional rear deck.
The SLEDhaus comes fully off-the-grid compatible, solar ready and is 100% formaldehyde free. Each SLEDhaus is delivered for the customer and also comes with a full electrical panel.
Each cabin will be constructed up to 95% completion in Spanish Fork, Utah before being shipped and set throughout the western United States.
For more information about the SLEDhaus, visit sledhaus.net or contact General Manager Kam Valgardson at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 801-798-9026.
Irontown Homes is a modular homebuilder based in Spanish Fork, Utah. Irontown Homes constructs 70-90% of the homes it builds in its 65,000 sq. ft. factory in Spanish Fork, Utah and delivers homes throughout the western United States.
Contact: Kam Valgardson
Address: 1947 N Chappel Drive Spanish Fork, Utah 84660