Tumbleweed Cypress 24 Equator

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A 24' long Cypress model tiny house from The Tumbleweed Tiny House Company.


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  1. Just wanted to know cost, also to see if it could be a compost toilet, an instant hot water heater and a few other changes. Also isn’t there an oven? Without any changes what does it run cost wise?

      1. very pricey!! especially when you can find plans on the web, ppl in tiny homes also love to share experiences with you about improvements and perhaps what they would of done differently. I believe if you are going to invest in a tiny home, also, invest in yourself. You can do this. Gather up your friends, your tools and get after it YOU CAN DO IT!!!

    1. As I stated below, Tumbleweed houses are only pricey if you buy them already made. But you have the option to purchase plans from them and build it yourself for as little as you’d like.

  2. Holy Pizza! This castle truck is … amazing! These folks certainly have opened up all sorts of avenues for new thinking about old thoughts. (Love the round-abouts for clothing storage) The whole thing is just stellar!

  3. Tumbleweed homes first introduced me to the tiny home movement. Your designs continue to impress me with each new development. I love it! And more advanced conceptually than many others I’ve seen around.

  4. Yes, Tumbleweed houses are a bit pricey…if you buy them already made. However, you can buy the plans and build them yourself for as cheap as you’d like!

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