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Community Tumbleweed Tiny House with 10×16 Porch (Available!)

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Discover the charm of tiny living with this unique Tumbleweed tiny house in the coveted Acony Bell Tiny Home Community near Asheville, NC.

This 26’ Tumbleweed Elm model features a spacious 10’x16’ screened-in porch, ideal for enjoying the serene surroundings. Built-in storage stairs lead to a generous loft with a queen-sized bed and additional loft storage space.

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Tumbleweed Tiny House with Add-on Porch in Acony Bell North Carolina Community

Constructed in 2018 and RVIA Green Certified, this home boasts a distinctive cabin-like design with signature Tumbleweed touches, including a unique window in the loft above the front door. Updated with a Mitsubishi Mini Split for efficient heating and cooling, it offers practical features such as a fold-down table in the kitchen, a bathroom with shower and RV-flush toilet, and ample natural light through a skylight above the stairs.

Located on a spacious residential lot facing a community pavilion and fire pit, Acony Bell offers amenities like a community building with a gym and laundry facilities, edible landscaping, a community garden, and even resident chickens. Just 15 minutes from downtown Brevard and Asheville Regional Airport, this tiny house presents a rare opportunity for simple yet sophisticated living in a vibrant community setting.

Listing Price: $110,000 (Cash Only)


  • Unique 26’ Tumbleweed Elm tiny house with a 10’x16’ screened-in porch in Acony Bell Tiny Home Community.
  • Built-in storage stairs lead to a spacious loft with a queen-sized bed and additional loft storage.
  • Cabin-like design inspired by the original Tumbleweed Tiny Home, featuring a signature window above the front door.
  • Updated with efficient Mitsubishi Mini Split Heating and Cooling system (Sept 2023).
  • Includes practical features like a fold-down table in the kitchen and a bathroom with shower and RV-flush toilet.
  • Recently stained exterior (Aug 2023) and RVIA Green Certified.
    Community amenities include a gym, laundry facilities, edible landscaping, community garden, and resident chickens.
  • Conveniently located 15 minutes from downtown Brevard and Asheville Regional Airport.
  • Listing price: $110,000 (Cash preferred, with financing options considered).
  • Lot rent includes water, trash/recycling pick-up, lawn, and property maintenance.

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  • Kyla
    July 12, 2024, 8:17 am

    Remember the good old days when tiny houses were inexpensive?

    • James D.
      July 15, 2024, 2:13 am

      That’s really a misconception, as the market is just more complex than may be assumed by the idea of being inexpensive just because it’s called tiny…

      Since, Tiny, doesn’t mean there’s no differences in the homes and people are not all going to be in the same situation, have the same budget, have the same needs, etc.

      So, it’s misleading to suggest all homes would have the same price because they’re not all the same. Like, shopping for anything, there’s always a range of costs to choose from for tiny homes that have very real world differences in the final home.

      This just means there’s a wide range of homes, and they always ranged from low to high costs. Being called tiny doesn’t change that factor, it only mitigates it by being less costly than the equivalent larger house, which btw, the high end for a large custom built home runs into the millions for what’s actually equivalent to some of these high end custom built tiny homes. All homes have reasons for a price range!

      People will just always tend to go for the best home they can afford and going tiny makes it easier for people to choose the nicer homes.

      This doesn’t mean there’s no lower cost homes, just that not everyone will choose to go the lowest cost route…

      Albeit, expectations should always consider the present economy. However, there are budget priced tiny homes and ways people can get the price lower than the average. It’s just not something that will be automatic and without tradeoffs, but has to be specifically chosen and accepted for what it will realistically be…

      Like it’s harder to have a bedroom, rather than a loft, at the lowest cost. It’s harder to design a home for a family instead of a single person at lowest cost. It’s harder to have the home commercially built than DIY’ed at lowest cost, location always effects costs and should always be factored for what’s realistic for a given area… Inexpensive is still possible but it’s not something that should be considered universal or something that will always be the same for everyone…

      • Alex
        July 21, 2024, 3:03 pm

        Hi James,

        Thank you for your insightful comment. You’ve raised some important points about the diversity and complexity of the tiny home market. It’s true that the cost of tiny homes can vary widely based on many factors, including design, location, and individual needs.

        We appreciate you highlighting that while tiny homes generally offer a more affordable alternative to larger homes, there is still a broad spectrum of prices and features. Your explanation helps clarify why costs can differ and why it’s important for individuals to consider their specific circumstances and requirements when choosing a tiny home.

        Thanks again for contributing to the discussion and for sharing your perspective!


    • Alex
      July 21, 2024, 3:13 pm

      Hi Kyla,

      Thank you for your comment. It’s true that the cost of tiny houses has risen over the years. Rising material costs, labor, and the increasing demand for custom features and modern amenities have contributed to higher prices.

      While we strive to showcase a range of tiny homes to fit different budgets, we understand that affordability is a key concern for many. We’re committed to continuing to feature budget-friendly options and DIY builds to help those looking for more economical solutions.

      Thanks for sharing your thoughts and for being a part of the Tiny House Talk community!


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