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Tumbleweed Tarleton Tiny House

This model from Tumbleweed Houses is designed for people who want to use the kitchen. It has the largest kitchen out of all of the other tiny house designs from Jay Shafer.


If you’ve looked at the Lusby you’ll notice that this one is really similar except that the kitchen is in the 6′ x 4′ space and the main room (living area) is more open with one sleeping area in an upstairs loft.

It also features a small but usable front porch and vaulted ceilings in the main room. Similar to the Lusby, there’s also a mini loft above the front entrance door for extra storage.

Estimated cost to build yourself

$21,250

Price of building plans

$859

Ordering it ready made from Tumbleweed

$49,997

*Pricing is approximate and may change

Floor plan and dimensions

Tarleton Tiny House Dimensions

Tumbleweed Tarleton Tiny House Floor Plan

Photos

Tumbleweed Tarleton Tiny House Picture

Photo credits: Tumbleweed Houses

Inside the Tumbleweed Tarleton Tiny House - The Kitchen


Living Area of the Tarleton Tiny House

Tumbleweed Tarleton Tiny House -- Ladder to Loft

Storage Loft in the Tarleton Tiny House

Sleeping Loft in the Tarleton Tiny House

Building plan details

They include:

  • Front, back, side elevations
  • Floor plans for downstairs and loft
  • Electrical plans for downstairs and loft
  • Diagram that cuts the house in half to show insulation, roof pitch and more
  • Instructions on how to attach the house to a trailer
  • Framing walls
  • Details for built in furniture and cabinets
  • Door dimensions
  • Full material list (windows, heater, lumber, and more)

If you want to get the Tarleton tiny house plans, download our floor plans catalog to compare to other models.

You can also learn more or purchase the Tarleton plans at Tumbleweed’s website.

If you want to learn how to build, download this year’s tiny house workshops catalog.

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Alex

Alex is a contributor and editor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. Thank you!




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  • Joel June 13, 2013, 9:46 pm

    I’m sorry, but I just can’t get into someone buying a LH for $50K. I have no use for houses like this. It reminds me of NASCAR at it’s inception. Everyone could afford to race a car then. Now you have to be millionaires to do so. This is my opinion, and I might be in the minority, but that’s my story and I’m sticking to it. I’d rather see the houses that people put together themselves or with families and friends, using some materials that are recycled or re purposed. To each his own I guess. Peace.

    • jamie sommer July 30, 2014, 2:12 pm

      I totally agree. The whole idea is for people to save money, be self sustaining, and have some freedom. Now it’s the “in thing” and now expensive. What the heck?

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