This is a 375-square-foot 2-bedroom cabin! Pretty incredible, right? Well, take a look for yourself if you don’t believe it.
The spacious 375-square-foot two-bedroom Chisholm Trail Cabin is mounted on a steel frame with optional trailer and wheels. Superior Concrete Tiny Houses designed this unit so that it can either be moved to your land, or built on an engineered concrete foundation. This model includes an optional 120-square-foot outdoor precast concrete porch.1
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The Chisholm Trail Cabin w/ Optional Trailer and Wheels Package – it’s a 375-square-foot 2-bedroom cabin on wheels…
Also they will be showcasing their newest model – The Texas Two-Step – at the 2017 National Tiny House Jamboree in Arlington, Texas October 27-29.
Learn more: http://www.concretetinyhouses.com/the-chisholm-trail-cabin/
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I didn’t see any insulation in the roofing area. So would I be wrong in assuming this cabin would not be welcome in any where where it might get cold?
It’s not exactly what it appears, Superior Concrete Tiny Houses is a branch of Texas based Superior Concrete Products that as the name suggests manufactures concrete based building products.
In this case they’re selling constructed and engineered structures made from modular precast concrete that duplicates the natural look of wood, brick, stone or stucco finishes.
The average thickness of a their panels, for the Tiny House models, are 2 inches. Offering, basically, 5,000 PSI concrete panels reinforced with galvanized steel and fiber mesh.
So durable, thin, and relatively light for something made from concrete. Enough that they can offer designs on both wheels as well as traditional foundations.
However, since they’re basically selling just the modular panels that means anything else like insulation has to be added separately to the structure… But utilities, etc. can be pre-channeled, similar to getting SIPs/MIPs…
Hi. I am trying to find out info on the 375ft trail cabin house. If there’s any way you can get me info on it I would greatly appreciate it.
I like this layout, I would put an open concept kitchen where the smaller bedroom is, and maybe try to reconfigure it slightly to have a bigger bathroom.