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2016 Tumbleweed Mica 20ft Pre-Owned Tiny House


This is a 2016 Tumbleweed Mica 20ft Pre-Owned Tiny House on Wheels that’s for sale.

It’s a 166 sq. ft. tiny home designed to sleep two. This tiny house features bamboo flooring, R20 insulation, knotty pine tongue and groove siding, RV flush toilet, 32″ x 32″ shower, white cabinets, butcher-block countertops, and more!

It’s available for $62,950. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thanks!

20ft Tumbleweed Mica Pre-Owned Tiny House on Wheels For Sale for $62,950

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Learn more: https://www.tumbleweedhouses.com/tiny-houses-for-sale/tumbleweed-mica-20-preowned/

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  • Joyce Rader July 29, 2018, 7:10 pm

    The floor plan is good for a single person but a bit crowded for two. I prefer a bit more room around the bed to deal with the linen. I read the price is high but keep the floor plan and change the exterior, one may get the price down. Guess it depends on the builder and what the buyer is willing to pay.

    • James D. July 30, 2018, 12:51 am

      Yes, it does usually depend on the builder and buyer’s budget but Tumbleweed prices are high for what they offer, it’s one of the reasons the company almost went out of business, along with other questionable business practices, before their new owner bought them out…

      Usually best to just get one of their plans, modify it, and built it yourself or find another builder who will do it at a far more reasonable price and probably significantly improve the design…

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