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Tumbleweed Linden Tiny House Vacation Rental

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If you love tiny houses but seriously question whether you think you’d be able to live in one or not long term renting one is a great way to figure that out.

And although expensive, it costs much less money and time than building one and finding out the hard way that it isn’t right for you.

So for those of you sort of on the fence about it, I highly recommend booking your next vacation in a tiny house and getting some real life experience with one first hand.

Trust me because it might end up saving you months of labor and thousands of dollars. Because what if a small house is better for you than a tiny one? Again, best way to find out, is stay in one for a while and experience it.

Update: Unfortunately, this tiny home is no longer at this location and therefore not available for rent anymore. But you can still enjoy a virtual tour below:


So this is Tumbleweed’s latest tiny house design called the Linden. Plans for it should be available soon but they’re not out yet. I’ll let you know when that happens. Get email updates from me here if you want to. Let me give you the complete tour of the Linden below:


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Before Furniture & Decorations


After Furniture & Decorations 🙂


“This Tumbleweed Tiny House is situated under redwood trees next to a beautiful pond on a 50 acre forested parcel with hiking trails. Only 3 miles from wineries and 8 miles to Healdsburg.

The front porch looks out over a beautiful pond only steps away that has a canoe available. A picnic table, bar-b-que and hammock are close by, along with easy parking. There is plenty of room to pitch a tent if you want to bring the kids.

Healdsburg is voted one of the best small town in America for its small size and large selection of wine tasting, restaurants, art galleries, antique shops, town plaza with free live music, and numerous family friendly events throughout the year.” (Source)

If you’re interested in reserving your stay in this little house on wheels click here to do so via Airbnb.

If you’re curious about how these little houses are built, Tumbleweed recently came out with a DVD on how they do it in case you’re interested in it.

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Alex is a contributor and editor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. Thank you!
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  • jerryd
    July 20, 2013, 4:28 pm

    Wow I thought finally a Tumbleweed house I liked until I saw the front. Can’t the find a style that doesn’t include so many leak/rot accidents waiting to happen from too many joints?

    Next big windows in front of a trailer. What possible could go wrong trailering it? It should be reversed with the loft windows in the rear.

    At least it’s a little lower it seems and much more room in the loft. A better roof would have ben a single plain low in front and rising, then leveling in the back, much cheaper, easier to build, maintain, more aero.

    I like the kitchen/bath/closet though rather not have the loft and the extra cost, height it takes. Rather put that in a solar PV awning for shade and power.

  • alice h
    July 21, 2013, 5:46 pm

    Hard to tell from the angles in these photos but I think the proportions of the house look a lot nicer than the usual lengthwise roof orientation. I imagine you’d want to have some kind of shutters over those big upper windows when towing.

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