Best Tiny House Ever, Take a Peek Inside!

The Wedge Caboose is one of the original flagship models and the first lofted models designed by Wheelhaus. With an appearance like the caboose final car of a train, it offers stairs/ladder into a sleeping loft that adds an additional 120 square feet that’s great for additional sleeping quarters. The park model home has a gabled roof system coupled with the timber frame structure that provides a classic look of a mountain modern cabin building. The loft can be utilized for sleeping while the downstairs can be living space, or you can add two beds in the loft with up to a king-sized bed in the downstairs while adding a sleeper sofa to sleep a total of 6 people. The Wedge Caboose has 400 square feet of space.

The Wedge Caboose has rustic ranch wood siding that is used for the ceilings and exterior coupled with a gabled roof system and timber frame structure to give this park model unit a classic mountain cabin look with a modern, airy feel. With the added loft area, this park model provides an ample amount of sleeping space for up to 6 people and even more if you get creative.

Inside you'll find solid surface countertops paired with high-grade 5/8 inch kitchen cabinetry and soft-close doors and all the necessary hardware, fixtures, and appliances that make the space feel luxurious yet convenient. The bathroom maximizes space and efficiency with a European-style glass shower, tile, high-end fixtures, and a closet large enough to house an optional combo washer/dryer and a linen shelf. The Caboose offers a fully covered front deck with prominent 6 inches by 6-inch posts, a sliding glass entryway, and an optional covered rear deck. The Caboose is designed as a 400 square foot park model home but has the ability to be a modular design.

When designing your park model Wedge Caboose home you have plenty of options to include upgrades at additional costs such as 50 AMP to 100 AMP, black matte or brushed nickel faucets, an electric fireplace, fireplace mantle, and wood surround, gas fireplace, HVAC/Slim Ducted mini-slim unit, vented washer and dryer all-in-one, rough plumbing stubbed for laundry in bathroom, and on-demand tankless water heater.

Upgrades for doors and windows include rear sliding door and 5-foot deck and overhang, rear sliding door 6 feet wide by 6 feet 8 inches tall door, side 2 foot 8 inches wide by the 7-foot tall door, and composite windows. Upgrades for the exterior include front railings, rear railings, rear deck, SPF to cedar siding and soffit, and reclaimed Wyoming fence wood siding.

Other upgrade options include bedroom wall sconces with a switch, built-in cabinets in a bedroom closet, cedar tongue and groove ceiling, outdoor wall sconces, and timber accents over sheetrock. Installation options include skirt material and leveling piers, and labor to level, set, and install skirting.

Each Wheelhaus park model can be placed nearly anywhere that recreational vehicles (RVs) or park model trailers (PTs) can. They can also be used as guest dwellings on properties in many counties across the USA. Many states are moving to legalize small house living, with California at the forefront. You'll want to check with your local legislation to make sure tiny houses are permitted where you’d like to park them.


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