Will's Tarleton 

Will's Tarleton

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21 Comments to “Will’s Tarleton”

  1. [...] from Abbotsford, BC in Canada kept a written journal (which is available for download at the Tiny House Journal) of his building expenses. He also took photographs of each step along the [...]

  2. [...] to the one I am featuring in this article. A small two bedroom home of 400-700 square feet with a Tumbleweed Tarleton as a spare bedroom and home office is what I see us in over time located on at a quarter acre or [...]

  3. [...] Pederson lives in a Tarleton he built on a communal farm outside Abbotsford, B.C., where he grows organic salad greens.and Sasha [...]

  4. [...] Pederson lives in a Tarleton he built on a communal farm outside Abbotsford, B.C., where he grows organic salad greens.and Sasha [...]

  5. [...] Pederson lives in a Tarleton he built on a communal farm outside Abbotsford, B.C., where he grows organic salad greens.and Sasha [...]

  6. sean says:

    Great lookin little house Will, good job. I am thinking of building one myself to live in. I wonder though..why not go a little longer onto the end of the trailer(where the porch currently is) in order to have more space..was there a reason you did it that way? I think if there is no restriction reason I would extend it for myself..that would make it perfect in my opinion. Then again, maybe the space is perfect inside the way you have it.

  7. Jared says:

    Is there any way to get ahold of will I would love to ask him a few questions

  8. Will says:

    Jared-

    Did not see your comment until now. My email is wjpedersen at runbox dot com.

  9. [...] A little over a year ago I covered Will Pedersen’s build of his Tumbleweed Tarleton you can view the post here and check out all the photos of his build at the Tiny House Journal. [...]

  10. Franklin Guinard says:

    Hello From the Republic of Panama. I promises the first TINY HOUSE in the country of the Canal.Regarts
    Franklin Guinard

  11. Jeaneen says:

    Would love to know if you think building one of these is a good possibility on a gooseneck trailer? Thank you in advance!

  12. Trina says:

    This looks great! My question though is about it’s height. It looks too tall to travel if needed, unless that’s just an illusion. So, how tall is it?

  13. Kent says:

    The height is 13 feet 5 inches and Will’s house has crossed Canada, from British Columbia to Nova Scotia pulled with his pickup truck.

  14. Lizzy B says:

    Beautiful design you have here! I just love these tiny houses like this. Exactly what is the square feet, well I better go to the site and check it out!

  15. Tracy D. says:

    Hi Will

    I am professional living in Nova Scotia and have been thinking about building a tumblewood…. but first I want to be sure this is a lifestyle for me. Have you ever thought about renting out your tumblewood? If so, I would be interested!

    Many thanks and I enjoyed looking at your pictures.
    Cheers,
    Tracy

  16. Chris Greenwood says:

    I love the idea of these houses. The only questions I have are in regards to services. Electricity, Gas, Water: How do you get them in?

    Anybody know of any reason these would be disallowed in the UK?

  17. Matthew says:

    Is that a Fat Tire in picture #3

  18. [...] and what it was like to build a Tumbleweed Tarleton and you can download it at my other site the Tiny House Journal. Plus, you can view many pictures of the build and a [...]

  19. Ronbo says:

    Fantastic Build! I love it! Great craftsmanship.

  20. [...] Information on Wills build and the trip from British Columbia to New Brunswick can be found here http://tinyhousejournal.com/wills-tarleton/.google_ad_client = "ca-pub-8425952557171630"; /* 336×280 Post End */ google_ad_slot = "0305913104"; [...]

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