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2002 Sunnybrook Boho Chic Fifth Wheel Renovation


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Here’s a fun renovation for you — a 2002 Sunnybrook Fifth Wheel completely overhauled with a beautiful boho chic flair. The changes are mostly cosmetic, and they add so much to this rig!

You do get a woodstove with this one, which is a lovely and cozy addition. It’s rather heavy and built more for full-time living in one place, but it is road-worthy. It’s located in Tennessee and is for sale for $43K.

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Newly-Renovated RV in Tennessee For $43K

There’s a beautiful mini woodstove in the corner.

I’m digging the mustard velvet couch!

There’s a bump out here.

There’s an L-shaped kitchen and a good pantry.

The little cart is great for more counter space.

There’s an oven with the coolest wooden hood!

I’d buy it just for this mirror!

And here’s the bedroom in the “fifth wheel” area.

Some nice lights and cabinets.

Some nice window treatments.

A fun natural shelf over the toilet.

This is a composting toilet.

Here’s the shower stall.

A shelf in the shower.

Inside the cabinet.

And here’s the fifth wheel.

Details:

  • 2002 Sunnybrook 27RKFS · Driven NaN miles
  • Renovated fifth wheel RV camper travel trailer
  • Very comfortable and cozy
  • Made to look like a tiny home / house
  • Very good condition
  • Lived in full time for 4 years
  • 27″ long with one slide out in living area
  • Feels roomy
  • C-Head compost toilet ($700 value)
  • Propane range with oven (bought 2 years ago)
  • Propane heated water heater
  • Electric fridge Wood stove Cubic Mini Grizzly ($1000 value
  • Beautiful luxury 100% waterproof Great Oregon Oak SPC flooring
  • Can be towed but it was renovated for full time living not traveling, it’s quite heavy although I have towed it from another state already.
  • Furnishings are included (not decor).
  • Clean title.
  • Pretty spacious inside the living area although it looks compact from the exterior.
  • Some small repairs needed, nothing major. Just ask, I will fully disclose all issues. Also the renovations aren’t perfect, it was my first project like this and it was a learning experience.
  • Should be ready to sell in the spring, land not included.

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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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