Wieler homes

In doing and extra little bit of research about prefabs online, we stumbled upon Wieler. Not sure how we missed this one in our first round of looking but we are intrigued. The houses are based on a case study house designed in 1945 by Ralph Rapson. Very cool. And the cost per square foot is pretty much the same as the weeHouse. And according to the website, they include more services in the $140 - $200/sqft:

  • Allowance for building permits & local impact fees
  • Site preparation
  • Allowance for foundation (on crawl space, basement additional cost)
  • All off-site construction and on-site finishing of home
  • Exterior and interior doors, windows, flooring, plumbing fixtures, hardware, lighting fixtures
  • HVAC installation
  • Appliances
  • Exterior siding
  • Delivery and set costs
  • General contractor, engineering, and architectural fees


The model that would make the most sense for us is the starter with an addition of 12'x24' module. The original floorplan looks like this:
greenbelt_starter_floor_plan-1.jpgHere is a revised version of that plan with the addition as two bedrooms. The house would then be 864 sq/ft. It would have a guest room/den and a master bedroom with a built in closet that has sliding doors out to the patio:greenbelt_starter_floor_planREV.jpg

Here are some other views of the starter plan:


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