Saturday, July 4, 2015


My Tumbleweed Lusby is ready to find new owners!  Here are the stats:

Overall Specifications:
Downstairs:  117 sq. ft.
Upstairs Loft: 46 sq. ft.
Sleeps: 3
House Width: 7’6”
Trailer Bed:  18”
House Height: 13’6”
Ceiling Height: 6’8”
Loft Height: 3’6”
Dry Weight: 8,000#

Currently located in northwestern Washington state. Designed and built by Jay Shafer in 2007. This is a stick-built home permanently attached to a trailer bed with extra bracing for travel stability. Charming and efficient design make this tiny house a perfect full-time home, vacation cottage, guest house, or hunting retreat

Suburban Propane RV furnace, hot water heater and 2-burner stove.  Single circuit 120v power for house with 12v system for furnace only.  Alternate heating system of Envi Wall-mounted convection heater.  RV flush toilet (Sealand), kitchen and bathroom sinks. Full-sized shower.  

.  Standard RV hookups for water (no tank), sewer (no tank), and electric.  Jeld Wen double-paned casement and awning windows.  Haier compact refrigerator.  

Exterior: cedar lap siding, stained; corrugated silver metal roof; solid foam insulation throughout; some insulation on exterior plumbing.  

Interior: fir flooring; tongue and grove pine on walls, loft flooring, ceiling and cabinets; stainless steel countertop; pine shelving.

House has plenty of storage with two full length closets and two floor-to-ceiling shelf units in addition to under counter cabinets.  Owner added pull-out storage in cabinets and closet; built-in storage in small loft.  Lots of light and air with 6 large screened casement windows downstairs. Front and rear loft screened awning windows open for excellent ventilation.  Ladder access to both lofts.   

Owner added framing for bed in small downstairs room and large fold-down table.  Generous front porch.

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