This is the Tumbleweed Epu.
It's just 89 square feet, giving you a little more room than the XS house.
One of the first things you'll notice when comparing the two is that with the Epu you get a front porch which is really nice looking.
This is the house that Jay Shafer (owner of Tumbleweed) has been known to live in, although he's lived in several of his models.
It looks great in the landscape photo above, doesn't it?
The interior is finished with tongue and groove pine and as you can see plenty of lighting comes into the little house.
The lounges are from IKEA and that's a Dickinson fireplace which does a great job of heating such a small space.
As you can tell, lots of ideas for keeping everything tidy in a
really small kitchen. The key is verticle use of space. Really simple
and keeps things in their place without being in the way.
Photo credits: Tumbleweed Houses
These are approximate.
Building it yourself will cost about $20,000
Ordering it already built is about $46,000
If you want building plans for the Tumbleweed Epu they're available at the company's website. The link will open in a new window directly to their Epu page.