The WeeHouse is a sensible, stylish alternative to suburban tract homes or rural manufactured homes. It is versatile, can be customized, and can be installed in a number of otherwise difficult situations such as on piers to accommodate steep slopes or seasonal flooding.
Back in 2005 when Trend Hunter first spotted the WeeHouse, the going rate was $45K. Studio versions are now about $79K. The WeeHouse average cost is $125-$200/sf, which in my part of the world puts it in a range similar to many site-built houses, though there are companies building for as little as $45/sf not including land.
Pricing isn’t the only consideration, however. One of the most appealing aspects of the WeeHouse is the green factor. The company is conscientious in its choice of methods and materials and advocates smaller living spaces. There is a focused effort to make the housing even more green.
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