http://www.tumbleweedhouses.comWith wheels, traditional proportioning and archetypal form, these little structures are designed to be portable and can, essentially, be sited anywhere you can park a travel trailer.* They range from about 50 to 130 sq ft. Purchase yours ready-made or buy the plans to build it yourself. These homes are stationary designs built as a main house or guest house. Most of the plans have an optional extra bedroom in back. The house sizes range from 261 sq ft up to 874 sq ft. We do not build the Cottages. They are designed to be built on site with a local contractor of your choosing.Tumbleweed Tiny Houses Companysupport@tumbleweedhouses.com
15 West MacArthur St95476SonomaCaliforniaUnited States
Our good friends at the Solar Living Institute have a modified Tumbleweed on their grounds in sunny Hopland, CA. So many of our fans ask about using solar power in their future tiny houses, we thought we'd show you how its done by the pros themselves:
The Solar Living Institute has 2 full-time caretakers living in the modified Epu that they built. As you can see, the idea of powering a Tumbleweed is not only feasible, but quite practical as well. You would expect nothing less from the authors of the definitive guide to solar living Solar Living Source Book.
We are looking for an experienced carpenter / handyman to help build our homes in Sebastopol. Our builders, Brian and Steve, are building a Fencl right now. Brian is looking for one more person to join the team.
If you are in the Sebastopol, CA area and would like to schedule in interview this week, please take a look at our craigslist ad.
Evan & Gabby are building a beautiful Tumbleweed of their own. We'll be sharing more details from their well-designed blog in the coming days. Until then, read all about the day they took the next step here.