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Tiny House $ 72,950

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The Elm 26″ Equator is a tiny home on wheels that has 268 sq. ft. of space. It has two bedrooms and a bathroom. Elm 26’ Equator is an excellent choice for anyone looking to build a tiny home design, whether it’s for full-time residence, vacation or a backyard workshop. This beautifully crafted tiny home design has quality workmanship inside and out.

The Elm model is based on the original Tumbleweed RV design from 1999. The Elm has a custom arched windows above the front door. This design has stood the test of time. The Elm is a charming home with a covered front porch.

The main floor is 192 square feet, while the loft upstairs is 76 square foot. The main level is a well-designed floor with a greatroom, kitchen, bathroom and twin sized bedrooms. The queen-sized roof has stairway access, so there’s no need to use ladders. Elm 26’Equator is a space-efficient house with a lot of storage. There are overhead shelves in kitchen, a storage area, and storage in queen-sized loft. It’s easy for anyone to see why Elm models of tiny house designs remain as popular today as they did when they first debuted.

Tumbleweed Tiny House Company in Colorado Springs, Colorado, offers a variety of tiny houses on wheels, including the Elm 26′ Equator. Each Tumbleweed tiny RV is made with environmentally friendly, American-made, locally sourced parts and accessories. Tumbleweed Tiny House Company offers ten Tiny House Hotels across the country where you can stay and experience tiny house living.

The Elm 26″ Equator is a tiny house design that comes from the Cypress model of Tumbleweed Tiny House Company. Tumbleweed offers several tiny house designs, including the Cypress and Farallon models. The Elm and Roanoke models each have unique features to suit your budget, lifestyle, and needs. Tumbleweed Tiny House Company offers DIY trailers for the creative and DIYers. These are specifically designed to transport your tiny house on a wheel.

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