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Two Bedroom Cabana Tiny House by SledHaus

This is the Two Bedroom Cabana Tiny House by SledHaus.

It’s a 574-sq.-ft. design with two bedrooms on the main level. It lives very much like a regular house or apartment. It’s called the Sledhaus Cabana 2 Bed. Learn more about it below.

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Cabana Tiny House With Two Bedrooms

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This tiny house is 12-ft wide and 48-ft long. It has so much space, many of us would consider it more of a small house than a tiny house.

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Images via Sledhaus

Anyhow, the exterior can have a modern style, or it can optionally have a more classic cabin look.

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Images via Sledhaus

What do you think of it? Is it a design that you like? Why or why not?

Sledhaus Cabana 2 Bed – At 574 SF, its 12’ wide by 48’ long. This guy has enough open space for a family to stretch their legs and enjoy themselves. Privacy for everyone is the name of the game. A full-sized kitchen, washer dryer and full sized bath feel right at home.


  • 574 sq. ft.
  • 12-ft. wide
  • 48-ft. long
  • Full-size kitchen
  • Full-size bathroom
  • Washer and dryer
  • Two bedrooms with closets
  • Offered by Sledhaus
  • They have 5 other designs


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Alex is a contributor and editor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. Thank you!
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  • Jean Briggs
    June 19, 2020, 11:24 pm

    It’s awesome in a number of ways, but the first thing I thought of is being a guest and having to walk through the great room to go to the bathroom when everyone is hanging out watching TV. Even if it were one of those toilet/sink combos that take up so little space, it would work better for me at midnight or 8am.

  • Michael L
    June 20, 2020, 9:04 pm

    I really like this one! I’d use one of the bedrooms for my studio.

    • Karen
      June 30, 2020, 2:08 pm

      I was thinking the same thing, Michael L!

  • Alexander Alvarez
    June 22, 2020, 11:44 am

    It is a very nice contemporary design, but I ask a question: Why the effort to make the plan designs all in the I shape, without considering an L shape, so that both the bedrooms and the bathroom are all on the same side of the house? The variation would be minimal, but the privacy would be maximum? Thank you for posting my opinion. Have a happy day.

    • James D.
      June 22, 2020, 11:41 pm

      It’s a PreFab, and while they will tend to be permanently placed, they are still meant to be transported and delivered to a site from the factory it is built in…

      L shape is doable but it’s already 12′ wide and a L shape would double it at that point and make it very hard to transport. Usually, they switch to modular house designs then with structures that can be shipped separately but combined into one at the destination to form the house.

      Consequently, you might as well scale up if you’re going to do it that way… For example, that’s usually how they do it with Manufactured Houses, thus the terms double, triple, and quad wide.

      Alternatively, an L shape is achievable with a slide out and that would solve how to transport it in a single trip but slide outs have their own trade offs to consider and if it’s only a one off trip that’s not very cost effective.

      All designs have their trade offs and reasons can vary why any particular design is chosen but every design choice has consequences to consider…

      • Natalie C. McKee
        June 23, 2020, 6:10 am

        I like your thoughts, Alexander! And thanks James for explaining why it might be tough to manage that.

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