, Idaho is an area of tremendous population growth and interest in tiny houses. Snake River Tiny Homes wants to be a part of the community.
Everyone today is talking about tiny homes. From HGTV cable television shows like Tiny House, Big Living, and Tiny House Hunters; to popular internet blogs like Tiny Living, people want to explore a less expensive, less stressful lifestyle that tiny houses can offer. Tiny homes are an affordable alternative to a recreational vehicle for longer stays or traditional housing.
If you are looking for and the best tiny homes in the , Idaho area, you can be confident in the Tumbleweed tiny houses we have for sale.
Snake River Tiny Homes has one of the only showplaces in the Western United States that you can tour completed luxury tiny houses before deciding which tiny home model, floorplan and features you want to buy.
Yes, , Idaho is a wonderful spot for a tiny home. The area positions itself well in consumer surveys when considering such factors as overall living expenses, crime rates, education, and variety of leisure activities. genuinely has something for everybody and that is the reason it’s a great spot for a tiny home.
Like most areas of the country, the cost of housing in has gone up significantly in the last several years. That is why tiny houses offer an attractive alternative to traditional housing. Living tiny allows people to spend less on housing costs and more on everything else in life.
Launched in 2007, the Cypress is the bestselling tiny home of all time. The unique gabled roof design is very popular.Starting price $94,959.00
Originally built in 1999 as the very first tiny home RV, the iconic look hasn’t changed. It has been featured multiple times on HGTV.Starting price $96,959.00
Launched in 2016, the Farallon has maximized the interior space of this tiny house surrounded by a cool exterior.Starting price $89,959.00
The simple and elegant styling of the Roanoke tiny home design makes best use of the front door along the side.Starting price $89,959.00
Tiny houses are generally between 150 and 400 square feet. The most popular Snake River Tiny Homes offer are 30ft in length, or 399 square feet overall.
Our Tumbleweed tiny houses have an R-15 insulation in the walls and R-18 in the floors and ceiling. In comparison, most RVs have an R-5 to R-7 insulation.
Tiny homes are naturally better for the ecosystem than traditional housing because they provide a much smaller footprint. In addition, Tumbleweed Tiny House Company is the first tiny home manufacturer in the industry to be Certified Green based on the company’s building practices and energy efficiency