Tumbleweed Tiny House Cottages

Tumbleweed Tiny House Cottages

Tumbleweed tiny house cottages.  I’ve written about tumbleweed tiny houses before under small space living and noticed they have a few new cottages.  Tiny houses are still popular.  The cottages are adorable.

Find a little land and a little money and buy a Tumbleweed tiny house cottage.  Build a studio or one to two bedroom.  Their Harbinger cottage house plan cost to build is estimated at $26,000 for 310 sq ft or $33,000 for 404 sq feet.

The Harbinger cottage kitchen includes a dishwasher, microwave, full sized range and oven, and washer/dryer combo.  A small fireplace is in the main room. Harbinger house plans include the option of a cathedral ceiling or full loft over the main room for extra space.

Many Tumbleweed tiny houses can be built on wheels like a trailer to take it to go. The Harbinger cottage house plan design is for a permanent foundation.

My ideas for Tumbleweed tiny house cottages are retirement options, in-law quarters, and guest house.  A college graduate can’t find a job yet living quarters too.  See more about this idea in Converting Sheds into Livable Space – Miniature Homes and Spaces.

Tumbleweed Tiny House CottagesHarbinger Cottage 

Loring Tumbleweed house plan modelThe Loring is Tumbleweed’s small Bungalow design available in yellow or orange. It’s about the same size and cost as the Harbinger.

Whidbey exteriorWhidbey is a big boy at 461 to 557 square feet offered in one or two bedrooms. This model is slightly more to build costing around $35,000 for the 461 sq ft or $41,500 for the 557 sq ft.

I have honestly given these cottages consideration for the future.  Truthfully, I don’t know if I could live in such a small space.  What about you?  Tell me what you think about Tumbleweed tiny houses and cottages.

Tiny Cottage house plans by Tumbleweed

See the tiny red caboose, tiny floating home and more on my tiny house list.

14 Responses to Tumbleweed Tiny House Cottages

  1. You always share the cutest cottages. I could see my single old self living in one. It would need to be covered with Honey suckle. As I love the smell. And have rocky paths that lead to a rose garden. :)

  2. I always thought I needed a lot of space, too, but these are great options. As much as I enjoy working on my current home, I look forward to a few years from now when I downsize. I picture white curtains blowing in the wind and a screen door creaking. haha.
    Love these!

    • Love your house to pieces and admire the remodeling and decorating you have done. Hey, when the above “door creaks and the wind is blowing” we will be sitting in our rocking chairs too (LOL).

  3. Love it! I would consider these my self!I wouldn’t have to spend so much time an effort cleaning! When its only me and my husband, i think I could make it work in the right location!

  4. Those little cottages are seriously cute. I love the windows in Harbinger and Whidby.

    When we moved to our little cottage, it was 832 sq. ft. and our daughter was still at home with us. We added an art studio for my husband which puts us at just about 1000 square feet. Now that there is just the two of us, we could “get by” with less space. Of course, I wouldn’t have my creative space then. What saves us is that we added pull down stairs to the attic. We have storage above us that is the full floor plan of the house. Another thing that saves us is that the weather allows us to use our patio as an outdoor room and we spend much of our time outside.

    The point of that long paragraph is to say that we don’t NEED to live in massive McMansions.

    • I used to want a McMansion. Now, I love to look at them but just want a little cottage. Your home seems big to me because of everything you do with it proving less can be more.

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