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6 thoughts on “This Tiny House on Wheels Is Nicer than Most Studio Apartments”
I love it. Got any plans or cost to build?
You can find plans, etc at: http://bit.ly/tumbleweed-tiny-house
who makes this tiny house? can it be delivered?
It’s a Tumbleweed, http://bit.ly/tumbleweed-tiny-house
I think they do financing and can deliver. Check with them for details.
As I live in a tiny house I can tell you my cost of living is as low as it gets. Around 5 bucks a month in parnope and $5 TO $15 in electric. That’s it. We plan on buying our solar panels in the fall along with our wood stove and POOF no more utility bills. We built the house with our own money. There is no comparison to living in a normal size home when it comes to cost.
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