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Custom 24-ft. Tumbleweed Cypress Tiny House in Maui For Sale


This is a custom 24-ft. Tumbleweed Cypress Tiny House on Wheels that’s for sale out of Maui, Hawaii.

They bought Tumbleweed plans and had a contractor build the house for them in 2018 but the family has recently outgrown it, so it’s for sale! Learn more below.

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24-ft. Cypress Tiny House For Sale in Maui, Hawaii

You can get some really nice airflow in this tiny house with all of these windows.

The design is very open. Even the shower is not walled off.

It’s a slightly customized tiny house built using the Tumbleweed Cypress floor plans.

They built it on a Tumbleweed trailer too.

Exotic tigerwood ceilings, maple walls, and maple cabinets.

It also has LED lighting inside and out.

This tiny house has attic-style ladder access to the loft.

This tiny house is designed to be lived in with no air conditioning.

The tigerwood ceilings look great. Here’s a look at the storage loft.

I like these Tumbleweed designs with the corner-covered entry.

A look at the other side of the tiny house. You can see the instant hot water heater out here.

What do you think of this slightly customized 24-ft. Tumbleweed Cypress tiny house build in Maui?

Would you consider buying this tiny house? Or maybe getting the plans and building one yourself?

VIDEO TOUR – 24′ Tumbleweed Cypress Tiny House in Maui

Highlights

  • Customized Tumbleweed Cypress Tiny House Build
  • Maui, Hawaii
  • 24-ft.
  • 2 lofts
  • King size bedroom loft
  • Storage loft
  • Bay window
  • Front nook (could be used as an office, seating area, etc.)
  • Built on a Tumbleweed trailer
  • Instant hot water heater
  • Tigerwood ceilings
  • Maple walls
  • Maple cabinets
  • Redwood door
  • Natural woold insulation from Oregon Shepherd
  • Plumbing
  • Trex decking on the porch
  • Full-size GE shower
  • Kitchen with deep drawers, storage, knife magnet, stainless steel hangers, dish rack, etc.
  • 2 GE mini-refrigerators
  • Whirlpool water filter
  • LED lighting throughout
  • Listed for $108,000

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  • Alison
    June 29, 2021, 11:48 pm

    No toilet. No privacy around shower. The kitchen counter is very long but the stove and oven aren’t built in. Two small refrigerators. I wonder why they built it this way.

    • James D.
      June 30, 2021, 2:09 am

      Well, people sometimes have issues with the toilet being in close proximity to everything else to the point they just put it somewhere else like an outhouse, appliances are typically not built in when they either won’t be used that often or there’s a need for flexible use space and being able to put the appliances away to free up space, and location often plays a factor like being in Maui, Hawaii means this was designed for use on a island with tropical conditions, etc.

      • Alison
        June 30, 2021, 12:52 pm

        Yeah, I just wondered if it was built for some specific purpose. The main loft is more private than many, and can be completely closed off from below. The whole design just makes me curious.

        • James D.
          June 30, 2021, 7:01 pm

          Just go to their sale website and scroll down, there’s a section they give some description of the reasoning for their choices…

  • David Pedersen
    June 30, 2021, 2:53 am

    A kitchen with an open shower. That is not very hygienic. Vapor and bacterias, from the person showering, will get out in the entire room. There is a reason why most building codes demand bathrooms to be away from the kitchen.

    • Alison
      June 30, 2021, 12:54 pm

      It wouldn’t be hard to build a wall to separate the shower area. But it is a curious choice, the way it is now.

    • James D.
      June 30, 2021, 3:12 pm

      Uh, no, there’s no codes requiring a bathroom be away from the kitchen. It’s just a preference for privacy and aesthetic reasons, primarily for consideration for the resale value of the home.

      Closest thing to a restriction is just for the toilet, if it opens to the kitchen then it should have a door, proper ventilation, and a sink to wash hands before entering the kitchen… But this home doesn’t have a toilet, so that doesn’t apply…

      Seriously, there couldn’t be any bathrooms in a tiny house, or RV’s, or food trucks, or anything small, if there was really any codes restricting proximity to the kitchen… So long as the plumbing, electrical, and fire safety codes are followed, it can be designed however people may want…

      Besides, the shower is enclosed with a sliding glass door and the home is designed to handle moisture as it’s in Maui, Hawaii, and like old homes it’s not conditioned and remains open and vented to the outside. So pretty much constantly exposed to the tropical air and air flow would prevent interior from getting more concentrated..

      So no actual issues, it’s just not a design you’re comfortable with but that’s fine. We all have our preferences and things we do and don’t like…

  • Tom Osterdock
    June 30, 2021, 6:07 pm

    Nice looking house though. I wonder how much land comes with it?

    • James D.
      June 30, 2021, 7:03 pm

      They’re only selling the THOW…

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