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Tumbleweed Cypress: NOAH-Certified DIY THOW

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Here’s this gorgeous tiny house on wheels built with the Tumbleweed Cypress plans with a lovely red door! It has a loft bedroom over the bathroom and kitchen, and there’s a built-in bench with additional storage right when you walk in the door.

The space has some great upgrades, like the Cubic Mini woodstove and an awesome rolling ladder that takes you up to the loft. It’s for sale now for $49,000 in North Carolina.

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The tiny house has wide pine siding on the walls and ceiling.

A rolling ladder takes you up to the loft.

There’s a mini storage loft and amazing curved window.

The bench provides a nice spot to relax.

It flips up to provide more lounging space.

There’s plenty of storage here.

The loft bedroom has some nice bookshelves installed.

The cubic mini woodstove adds ambient heat.


I am looking to sell my 18′ x 8.5′ x 13.5′ tiny house on wheels located in Asheville. This is a NOAH Certified DIY house made using a set of Tumbleweed Cypress plans that you can no longer purchase through the company. The house includes a ton of custom touches such as built in storage cabinets, a couch that converts to a twin bed sleeping platform, secret compartments including hidden storage and charging station for your laptop or electronics, two lofts (one that can even fit a king sized bed), and brand new water heater and fridge.

We are seeking $49,000.
Financing is available.
Serious inquiries only.

  • Here are some quick specs:
  • NOAH Certified
  • Standing seam steel roof
  • Dormers
  • LED lighting
  • Cubic Mini Woodstove
  • Wool insulation
  • Outdoor venting AirHead brand composting toilet
  • Gray-water only (could be converted to blackwater if you wanted a flush toilet)
  • 110/120v, 30 amp (“one leg”) electric service
  • Standard pex water service
  • Stainless steel shower/soaking tub
  • Low or no-VOC finishes and adhesives used on majority of surfaces
  • Can arrange for a trusted third-party tow company to deliver and set up
  • New fridge
  • New hot water heater

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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