Have you met Collin and Joanna before? They’re a young couple who built their own Tumbleweed Fencl tiny house on a trailer.

They’re very happy to announce that they’re starting a family so they will be upsizing to a home that will be better for them to raise a child in. So that means their gorgeous little house is up for sale.

This is one of the most elegant tiny house builds that I’ve seen to date. They used Jay Shafer’s Tumbleweed Fencl building plans to build it and they did an excellent job of decorating as you’ll see in the pictures.

It’s a 130-square-foot design meant to be built onto a 7’x18′ trailer. To date we’ve featured numerous builds that have used the same plans which you can check out in the links below. Each link will open in a new tab or window for you so you can check them out after you’re done reading and checking out all of the pictures in this post.

So yeah- the Fencl is definitely a popular tiny home design to build and live in- so without further adieu, here’s Collin & Joanna’s:

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Luscious, isn’t it? Wait until you go inside.. They spared no expense when it came to making this a lovely home to live in.

lush tumbleweed fencl tiny house for sale collin and joanna living room   Beautiful Tumbleweed Fencl Tiny House For Sale

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living room view inside gorgeous fencl tiny home   Beautiful Tumbleweed Fencl Tiny House For Sale

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ikea chair in living room at collin and joannas tiny house   Beautiful Tumbleweed Fencl Tiny House For Sale

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dickenson fireplace in lush tiny house   Beautiful Tumbleweed Fencl Tiny House For Sale

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lighting and cathedral ceiling in tiny house living room   Beautiful Tumbleweed Fencl Tiny House For Sale

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kitchen and shelving inside fencl tiny home   Beautiful Tumbleweed Fencl Tiny House For Sale

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shower inside tumbleweed fencl tiny house   Beautiful Tumbleweed Fencl Tiny House For Sale

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bathroom storage and mirror inside tiny home on wheels   Beautiful Tumbleweed Fencl Tiny House For Sale

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composting toilet in tiny house   Beautiful Tumbleweed Fencl Tiny House For Sale

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For more information and if you’re interested in buying it visit Collin & Joanna’s for sale page.

If you want to get your own set of plans so you can eventually build your own click here to head over to Tumbleweed’s site so you can order your plans right now. If want more posts like this you should sign up for our free tiny house newsletter and we’ll even throw in some bonus tiny house plans as well.

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Alex has been living in small spaces for more than 7 years, he's the founding editor of TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter, and has passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. Send in your story and tiny home photos so we can share and inspire others towards simplicity too. Thank you!

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  • Collin August 9, 2012, 12:11 pm

    Thank you so much for featuring us :) Massif complement.

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    • Alex August 9, 2012, 4:14 pm

      Thanks, Collin. And congratulations :) Wishing you guys the very best. Alex

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    • Ramona October 3, 2012, 11:32 pm

      Congratulations Collin on your new addition! Your tiny home is lovely. Have you sold it yet?

      Ramona

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  • Garth August 11, 2012, 2:48 pm

    Beautiful.

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  • Devon August 11, 2012, 2:58 pm

    Hey Alex,
    I really enjoy all the Tiny House posts, and may have missed it, but have you done a post where you covered the options to park a tiny home? Here in VT, the land is horridly expensive to buy,
    and I’d love more coverage of how folks are dealing with the “where-to-put-it” issue. I like to put down roots (gardens), you see….
    Cheers,
    Devon

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    • Alex September 26, 2012, 6:57 pm

      Hi Devon,

      We have two places where we talk about this (see the comments too)

      http://www.tinyhousetalk.com/parking-a-tiny-house-in-your-backyard/

      http://www.tinyhousetalk.com/where-to-park-your-tiny-house/

      Hope this helps!

      Alex

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    • Susie M May 4, 2013, 9:26 am

      Hey Devon,
      I have a bit over 5 acres in Mendon, just below Killington. It’s the last parcel on a private dead end dirt road off rt 4, where the bus goes from Killington to Rutland and back almost hourly.
      I’m struggling to pay my mortgage and want to move into a tiny house and rent out my regular one. I can’t afford to buy a tiny house, and don’t think I could build one on my own, but would love to barter space for building. By the way, I have started gardens, and have chickens that give me wonderful gifts each day..mmmm yummy. There are lots of berry bushes and wild strawberries. My land gets plenty of sun, and I’ve been wanting to build a strawberry tower, just had some health problems lately, so I need a bit of help. I would really like to start a tiny house community where we all have something to offer each other. I am a terrific cook, I sew, knit and crochet, and know how to make natural salves, remedies, tinctures, and deodorants etc. I also bake bread, and make yogurt. What do you think?
      Susie

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      • Devon May 6, 2013, 5:49 pm

        Hi Susie,
        I am interested in your idea. But (and it’s a big one) my hubby is the one with the “official” job right now, and it’s in Winooski. Your area is too much of a commute for him what with wear and tear on our car and gas costs, unfortunately. I am, however, taking your reply as a sign that we are opening doors, and that’s a good thing! I also sew, knit, crochet, make dolls, wall quilts, love to bake and garden, and really enjoy the feeling of learning how to and then building some thing myself. There are two trailer frames (from old mobile homes) just down the road from us from a Hurricane-Irene-flooded-out trailer sales place and I drive by them and imagine building on them all the time. Having worked in weatherization for about a year and a half, I learned lots about making a sound, tight little home. But like you are finding out, mortgages are a bear, and this economy is making it hard to save as well. We are currently living in a trailer that dates from the 1980’s and needs tons of work and is on state-owned land where they get upset when you put in a garden (not that that’s stopped me:) but at least we can get by financially vs renting at astronomical prices with no land and no pets allowed. And we are learning to fix it up as we can afford to, so there’s experience galore. Built my first set of wide wooden outdoor stairs last summer and they came out great, yay!
        Your land sounds so beautiful, and I know that area is nice. I hope you find folks who can be in your area to build the community with you! If you would like, and Alex is ok with it, you could email me and keep me updated on your project. I’d love to see it. Alex, is there a way you could send Susie my email without me having to post it here? Thanks!!!
        Cheers,
        Devon

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  • Jim Leach September 26, 2012, 9:47 am

    Do you have anything resembles a medieval house that will fit on a trailer?

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  • lee May 7, 2013, 3:23 pm

    what about living in one in winter in ontrio thanks lee what about black tank and gray water in winter

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  • Amanda May 13, 2013, 7:36 am

    Have you sold your house yet?? I love it!!

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  • Kent June 30, 2014, 5:46 pm

    Guessing its sold due to the lack of response.

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