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25 comments

  • sc says:

    WOW! A true flagship model! Absolutely gorgeous! At first I felt it had too much dark wood stain, but since this is “a luxury mobile hunting cabin”, the style is perfect for what it is. no doubt you will have good hunting with this house!

  • Keith Brown says:

    Absolutely the most incredible interior on any Tiny House we have seen! Great vision, great layout, looks like HOME!!

  • Pat Quidley says:

    What does this cost?

    • Dave says:

      I found a site where they gave the weight, around 14,000 pounds, and Cabin Mfg. is selling the “display model” Bushwacker at 30% off, which places the price at $85,000.

  • Robert says:

    OK, this is hands-down the best tiny house I have ever seen on here. Beautifully designed, very livable, and gorgeous finishes and craftsmanship. Just beautiful.

    • CHRIS says:

      Couldn’t agree more with this statement. Being able to incorporate living, eating and cooking spaces with ample storage space really sets this apart from most of the tiny homes you see on here. this setup could be easily modified to meet various interior design preferences.

  • Nukos says:

    Whats the height from floor to ceiling and from loft bed to ceiling? Thank you

  • Danni says:

    Absolutely perfect for me with it’s lodge meets subtle steampunk vibe.

  • alice h says:

    Love all the windows and that great ceiling fan.

  • Travis says:

    Where’d you purchase that copper kitchen sink? I have plans on installing one in my THOW but haven’t been able to locate one as of yet.

  • Jennifer says:

    Personally, I’m not a huge fan of the dark interior. But if it were lighter, this would be my ideal tiny house. I absolutely LOVE the use of space. So smart!

  • Alex Alexander says:

    I think this is one of the top ones I have seen. That’s why I have to say how it could be better.

    Stairs? I cant see if they turn into a ladder, but if this is for wounded warriors, you need a bunch more handles to grab.

    This next one is for all tiny homes. Being the size of a kitchen, you have to have a cooking exhaust fan to gets smells and moisture out quick. Same in bathroom.

    And finally, big ole chunk of wasted space. The bottom of the cabinet beside fridge and sink. Maybe throw an outside access hatch on it.

    About bathroom, being for wounded warriors, more grab bars and even a fold down shower seat.

    Even if these things aren’t fixed, this is very well done and I like the steel framing.

  • Lisa E. says:

    I’m not usually down with cabin styling, but this is very well done.

  • Linda Garland says:

    Like Lisa E…I am also not usually drawn to the “cabin” look. This product and it’s touches are OFF THE CHARTS. I love the whole concept. Tractor seat chairs…..”emergency light” fixtures and the ceiling fan are all very clever.

  • Lura says:

    Why don’t people tell us how much they paid for their houses? The pictures and prices are what people are most interested in.

  • express says:

    Longer and wider than the usual tiny house, and heavier too, all that granite in the kitchen and shower. I wonder how much extra you have to pay for a permit to tow a double wide load? But if you already have to pay for the extra wide permit to tow, couldn’t it be made even wider?

    • Patrick says:

      This unit is 24′ x 8’6″. So there is not a required permit. We take every measure to try and keep our cabins as light as possible. Yes there are some finishes that are heavier than normal but our structure is considerably lighter than most of our competitors. The structure is built using steel studs which is 1/3 the weight of wood framing. The way our trailer is built, we can use the trailer framing as the floor system which eliminate much of the weight also. Feel free to go to our website cabinmfg.com for more information on our cabins.

  • Dorothy says:

    The wood inside is dark but I doubt it would matter much with all those wonderful windows. I love the unusual lighting fixtures and that fan. How do you get to the loft?

  • Carol says:

    I am very drawn to this house. Well done! 🙂

  • Sue says:

    I LOVE all the gorgeous wood! And the bathroom is fabulous!!! Now, THIS is totally unique!!!

  • Debbie P says:

    I love it ! Simple and yet very detailed. A dream in a small package

  • Nancy says:

    Absolutely love everything about it!! Thanks for sharing!!!

  • sher says:

    Love this house, but in all practicality, the kitchen sink need to be much larges, especially since I don’t see a sink in the bath.

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