Wheelhaus is a Rather Weird House (and I Like It!)

Wheelhaus is a Rather Weird House (and I Like It!)

Tow it. Drop it. Hook it up. That’s all it takes to add living space to almost any lot. Wheelhaus makes pre-fab homes designed for “living large with less”. These rolling cabins have a starting price of $76,000 for just under 350sq ft of living space. It is a cool way to add living space. Check out the styles.


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The Wedge- Starting at $92,000

The original Wheelhaus, the Wedge, is the base model for our rolling cabins, all of which are designed to offer a combination of a rustic and modern aesthetic. The Wedge features an angled roof, which starts low above the bedroom and builds to 17 feet in the living room. Trapezoidal windows grow similarly from back to front, offering natural light while maintaining privacy. The front of the cabin is almost entirely glass. A large sliding glass door opens to a private deck.Each cabin features one bedroom, a bathroom, a kitchen/living room and a private deck. The ceilings and exterior sides are covered with reclaimed Wyoming snow fencing.

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The Caboose- Starting at $97,000

The Caboose has a complex roofline that enables a loft. The loft is five feet tall and can accommodate two twin-sized beds or a king. Some buyers have chosen to make the loft their bedroom and convert the downstairs bedroom into an office, dining space or spare room. The front of the cabin is almost entirely glass. A large sliding glass door opens to a private deck.Each cabin features one bedroom, a bathroom, a kitchen/living room and a private deck. The ceilings and exterior sides are covered with reclaimed Wyoming snow fencing.

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The Light House- Starting at $92,000

The design of the Lighthouse is long and lean to enable more expansive windows. This is a great option for anyone looking for an incredible view. The front of the Lighthouse has windows across the entire 40 feet, as well as much of the sides. This enables massive light and outlooks. The Lighthouse is the right model for buyers who aren’t concerned about privacy. Since this cabin is wide instead of long, many buyers choose to add on a 10×12 foot front deck across the front, creating 120 square feet of additional outdoor living space. It’s for this reason and the Lighthouse’s easy ability to combine with other models that we recommend this model for buyers interested in larger cabins.Each cabin features one bedroom, a bathroom, a kitchen/living room and a private deck. The ceilings and exterior sides are covered with reclaimed Wyoming snow fencing.

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The Silo- Starting at $76,000

The Silo was designed to move. Measuring 41 feet in length and 8 feet 6 inches in width, it is surprisingly lightweight, very easy to transport and affordable to ship. Retro meets modern on the Silo’s exterior, which features aluminum with rounded corners complemented by circular windows.The Silo features one bedroom, a bathroom and a kitchen/living room. In the bedroom, a set of four drawers and an under-counter hanging closet support a butcher-block counter top, which also serves as a desk. Track lighting is included for properly lighting artwork.

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The Rail Car- Starting at $95,000

The Railcar has the addition of a rear door and back deck, giving the cabin two entrances. The extra outdoor space is perfect for a BBQ or hot tub. The roof continues over the back deck at an opposing angle. This simple addition has a large impact on the striking, modern appeal of the Wheelhaus structure.The Railcar’s design features an angled roof, which starts low above the bedroom and builds to 17 feet in the living room. Trapezoidal windows grow similarly from back to front, offering natural light while maintaining privacy. The front of the cabin is almost entirely glass. A large sliding glass door opens to a private deck. Each cabin features one bedroom, a bathroom, a kitchen/living room and a private deck. The ceilings and exterior sides are covered with reclaimed Wyoming snow fencing.

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About the Author

Dan Cohen
Having a father who was heavily involved in early laser and fiber-optical research, Dan grew up surrounded by technology and gadgets. Dan’s father brought home one of the very first video games when he was young and Dan remembers seeing a “pre-release” touchtone phone. (When he asked his father what the “#” and “*” buttons were his dad said, “Some day, far in the future, we’ll have some use for them.”) Technology seemed to be in Dan’s blood but at some point he took a different path and ended up in the clergy. His passion for technology and gadgets never left him. Dan is married to Raina Goldberg who is also an avid user of Apple products. They live in New Jersey with their golden doodle Nava.