I first noticed this genuine weeHouse on Mrs. French's site last month (see here, here, and here). The Oceanside Prefab, as it's know, is on a picturesque spot on the Oregon coast and available for rent should you have any interest. The home was assembled with two 14' x 50' modules by Stratford Homes and designed by none other than Alchemy Architects.
The 1,400 square-foot weeHouse has friendly 4' overhangs, coastal grade sliding glass doors, a tight envelope, HardiePlank exterior panels, and a heat recovery ventilator to keep the air fresh and reduce internal moisture.
Not to mention an incredible view.
Over the last few years, we've features several weeHouses, including the Johnson Creek, McGlasson, and Marfa homes. We like them because Alchemy Architects provides a number of eco-friendly standard and available options in a beautiful and perfectly sized package.
Photo credits: Oceanside Prefab.
Article tags: Oregon, recreational, residential, weeHouse