High-end ‘tiny house’ settlement planned for Michigan RV park
A Northern Michigan RV resort is tapping into the “tiny house” fad by opening an area devoted exclusively to high-end cabins built by a company based in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
While the houses are tiny at 400 square feet, the price tags are not.
The tiny houses built by Wheelhaus of Jackson Hole, Wyo., will start at $129,000, said David Scheppe, operator and developer of Traverse Bay RV Resort.
An additional studio shed can be purchased for $9,000. The buildings are placed on a 5,000 to 13,000-square foot lot that can be leased for up to 15 years for between $450-to-$500 per month.