Deek just released a new video tour of Jay Shafer’s original Tumbleweed Epu tiny house.
This tiny home design is 8′ wide and 15′ long and sits on a 7′ x 14′ trailer, but you can also build it on a foundation.
It’s an 89 square foot house without including the porch and upstairs sleeping loft.
It’s estimated to cost you $19,950 in materials to build it yourself. Others have done it for much less using reclaimed materials.
Also you can always buy the Epu building plans and have a contractor do the work for you, or follow the plans yourself.
If you’re new to construction, consider one of the many Tumbleweed tiny house workshops throughout the country.
Photo Credit YouTube / RelaxShacks.com
Click the play button below to watch the 3:31 long video tour of Jay’s old tiny house.
If you wanted to join us for the hands on workshop in Vermont, details are provided below to contact Deek and reserve your spot.
You can also pick up a copy of his book Humble Homes, Simple Shacks over at Amazon for really cheap. Hope we can see you at the ‘summer camp’ though!
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