Here’s an opportunity to spend the night in a Tumbleweed Tiny House.
“Slightly modifying a Tumbleweed Fencl plan, the house was built on an 18 foot flatbed trailer and boasts roughly 100 square feet on the main floor, as well as a 60 square foot loft with a full-sized bed. A tiny 2’ x 2’ porch faces the Puget Sound, covering the entrance to a beautiful, cedar door. The great room maximizes headroom with vaulted ceilings, and the main sleeping loft is built over the kitchen, closet and bathroom, with a ceiling clearance of 6’2”. Two skylights and 11 windows bring ample light into the house, so you will not feel confined, but rather liberated in a cozy, efficient and well designed house! A window seat is built in for cozying up with a blanket and good book while watching birds play in the garden. Maximum occupancy is two people. No pets and no smoking please.”
Read more about Renting Brittany’s Bayside Bungalow.