Compact Cabins: Living It Up in Small Spaces

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Is Living Small Right for You?

 

To learn more about this small house, watch the video below.  Then below that, check out another model of this cabin.

 

 

 

Next up, here’s a model called the “Caboose.”

 

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. There are multiple windows in the loft giving an open air feel with an abundance of light. The front of the cabin is almost entirely glasswith a large sliding glass door opening to the private deck.

 

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This may be the best-looking “caboose” I’ve ever seen, haha!

 

CAB-caboose2

 

 

Despite the small size, the floor plan is efficient and maximizes the “feeling” of a lot of space as much as possible.  Here are some factoids you may be interested in.:

Dimensions: Units are 10.5 feet wide by 38 feet long. Units with decks are 47 feet long

  • BASE PRICE:$98,500
  • LIVING AREA:400 SQ FT
  • EXT. AREA:100 SQ FT

Turnkey: All units come “turn key” with all appliances and hardware included. All you will need is furniture

 

Utility Hookups: All utility hookups are underneath each unit and are ready to be connected once on site. What you will need:

  • Water 3/4″ line (this will need to run underneath the area your unit will be placed)
  • Sewer connection 4″ line (this will need to run underneath the area your unit will be placed)
  • Power 50 AMP service (within 20 feet of the unit

 

CAB-caboose3

 

TO SEE THE VIDEO OF THE ‘CABOOSE’ MODEL, GO TO PAGE 3


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