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400 sq. ft. Lookout Tiny House by Wheelhaus

This is the 400 sq. ft. Lookout tiny house by Wheelhaus.

It also features an additional 100 sq. ft. of outdoor space.

When you go inside, you’ll find large floor to ceiling windows, a kitchen, living area, dining area, bedroom, and a bathroom. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

SEE ALSO: The Wedge 400 Sq. Ft. Cabin by Wheelhaus

400 sq. ft. Lookout Tiny House by Wheelhaus

Lookout lighted 1

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New “Lookout” Tiny House Brings the Outdoors In

Jackson Hole, Wyo. – The new Wheelhaus Lookout cabin brings the outdoors in with a wall of full-length glass windows that lets in natural light and offer unobstructed views of the surroundings. Like other Wheelhaus tiny houses, the Lookout marries quality craftsmanship and durability with a modern focus on energy efficiency, innovative design and progressive space management. Each 400 square foot cabin features one bedroom, one bathroom, kitchen/living room and private deck. Prices start at $96,750 with appliances and hardware included. To see of all of the Wheelhaus designs and learn more visit www.wheelhaus.com.

The kitchen/living room in the Lookout is designed to offer both comfort and functionality. The mini-kitchen features a two-burner cook top, refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher, sink, cesar stone and/or granite counter top and high-grade cabinetry with soft-close doors.

The bedroom is sized to fit a king-size bed with two side tables and includes linen lamp style sconces. The bathroom maximizes space and function and includes top of the line glass shower and Kohler fixtures.

Other details include rustic ranch wood siding, track lighting to properly light artwork, wiring for cable and internet, and optional fireplace or air conditioner.

As with all Recreational Park Trailers, Lookout is 400 square feet at 10’6”’ wide x 38’ feet long and come with an additional 100 square foot outside deck. Wheelhaus cabins are built on wheels and can be delivered from coast-to-coast.

About Wheelhaus:

Wheelhaus designs and builds Park Model Homes with the highest standards of sustainable building and innovative design. Wheelhaus cabins are a blend of rustic and modern; combining the durability and quality craftsmanship of a log cabin with a modern focus on energy efficiency, innovative design, progressive space management, and top of the line building materials. Wheelhaus cabins exceed the requirements for the Gold standard with the U.S. Green Building Council. Wheelhaus offers several different designs with visually descriptive names like Wedge, Railcar, Caboose and ModHaus at base prices from $82,000 with delivery available from coast-to-coast. See all of the designs and floorplans at www.wheelhaus.com.

SEE ALSO: The Caboose: 400 Sq. Ft. Tiny House by Wheelhaus

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  • Carol Perry
    November 15, 2015, 5:52 pm

    I just love the design of this wedge!! What a great idea to set up something like this. It’s ingenious!! Thanks for sharing!! Carol Perry

  • Kat
    November 17, 2015, 1:58 pm

    Love the design, not the price. A bit outside the tiny house budget for most who are drawn to this style of living.

  • Joe
    February 6, 2017, 12:32 pm

    The Lookout looks really nice. I’d like to see a photo of it in person instead of just drawings. The living room windows look beautiful.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      February 7, 2017, 7:36 am

      I know! I wonder if anyone has built it yet 🙂

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