Tumbleweed’s B-53 small house is the company’s largest at 743 square feet with two bedrooms. It also has an additional bedroom option that brings it up to 837 square feet.
This is a normal house that’s designed to be built on a foundation using building plans. Building costs can range from $100 to $200 per square foot according to Tumbleweed.
Photo credit: Tumbleweed Houses
To view floor plans, dimensions, and to learn about the building plans click here.
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WHATS THE INSIDE OF THIS HOUSE LOOK LIKE. ITS BEAUTIFUL IS THERE AN UPSTAIRS OR ONE LVL? PICTURES PLEASE
Hey Hillary you can see more pictures (illustrations) at Tumbleweed’s website.
I absolutely love the Cottage B-53 style of TTH floor plan for the openness, ability to make it unique, and enough space to live comfortably with a family too! It is actually the floor plan that I have been finding myself considering of using to build a tiny house on some land when I am at that point, which keeps getting closer and closer as I (like many others I am sure) begins to get tired of paying rent and not owning our own slice of the American pie (instead of a whole pie, as I definitely do not want to live in a large house or McMansion). Happy I stumbled across your blog and will definitely continue to follow!
Why can’t I find Pictures and Plans for this ‘Tumbleweed Tiny House COTTAGE
B-53..?? I need them as Soon as Possible!!
Please Help me and contact me with Any Information, would appreciate very much!! Thank you..Barbara
Hi Barbara, I think they no longer sell this design. This post was from 2010 and Tumbleweed has changed ownership since then. — Tiny House Talk Team
Can this house fit over a full size basement?
@Scott, I realize it’s been three years since you posted that question, but if you follow the houseplans.com link you’ll see that though designed for a post and pier foundation, the house can also be built on a slab or over a basement.