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Kentucky and Cincinnati based tiny house builder, WheelLife, has an interesting statistic on their website: approximately 2 out of 5 tiny home owners are over the age of 50. This stat could explain the designs created by WheelLife which show both luxury and practicality.
The WheelLife Industrial features an angled roof and a ground-floor bedroom.
WheelLife currently has two models: the Industrial and the Rustic. The Industrial features an angled roof and a ground floor bedroom (for that over-50 crowd). The Industrial also has a loft, an ample kitchen and living space, and plenty of light from its large windows (including a round window by the dining room). The Rustic is a more traditional tiny house on wheels with a gable roof. It also has a pine interior, a loft with multiple windows, and a roomy bathroom.
Each of the homes feature high-end finishes that are green and sustainable. While the layouts are standard with each model, some customer modifications can be made. The homes even come with their nice, outdoor decks.
The Rustic model is an affordable option with a farmhouse style.
The WheelLife models are also surprisingly affordable. Depending on the length, the Rustic comes in between $49,000 to $69,000. The Industrial is also around $69,000. This is appealing for older buyers who may be on a fixed income or looking forward to retirement in a downsized space.