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1990 Bluebird School Bus w/ Raised Roof FOR SALE

If you’ve been following #skoolies for awhile, you’ll know that converting a school bus is a lot of work! What if you could get one that’s mostly complete? While this bus does need some updates (a few cracked windows and mechanical issues), the roof is raised and the interior looks stunning.

You’ll find an L-shaped kitchen, breakfast bar looking out the windows, a private toilet room and a glass shower that separates the spacious bedroom from the rest of the house. There are more details below the pictures!

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Alberta Raised-Roof Skoolie w/ Glass Shower For Sale

Breakfast bar looks out the window.

The “waterfall” countertops are gorgeous.

Cozy bedroom in the back of the bus.

Closet area and a toilet room behind the door.

Many appliances included.

The skylight will need to be replaced (there’s a crack).

Now that’s a luxury shower!

Composting toilet.

Here’s the bus exterior.


  • 1990 Bluebird School Bus Tiny House Conversion
  • V8 – propane (and gasoline – but the gas system doesn’t work)
  • 40 ft
  • Roof raised 20 inches, so lots of headroom!
  • Spray foam insulation.
  • Nice, large windows.
  • Queen bed at the rear and futon pulls out in to a queen bed.
  • Waterfall style countertop.
  • Soft close cupboards.
  • Drawer fridge and freezer.
  • Composting toilet (no black water needed!)
  • Heated by a wood stove and a floor board heater.
  • Wired for 125V RV outlet.
  • Electric and plumbing hook-up present for a washer/dryer.
  • Does not include bedding or artwork seen in photos.
  • Many appliances included (coffee maker, toaster oven, induction burner)
  • Also included: paint, additional coconut shell mix for the toilet, 125V cable, heated hoses x2
  • Was driven across the US, then purchased by a Canadian on the west coast (hence the photos). It sat on his property for 2 years and was lived in full time. I purchased in early winter to start my tiny house dream, and unfortunately, life had other plans. I spent ~$5000 having the brake lines replaced and improving how it runs at idle. If looking to ship across the mountains, I know a company. 😉
  • The two cons are: 1. that the skylight cracked this winter. I noticed early and sealed with gorilla tape, but it will need to be replaced. We can either factor that in to the pricing, or I can try to have replaced ahead of time. 2. The outer window in the two pane window in the bathroom cracked. Was that way before I purchased.
  • Price: $70000 (CAD) obo

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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  • ronn
    April 21, 2022, 8:24 am

    Well done! very nicely done. great taste with the wood and open feel.

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