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352 Sq. Ft. Travel Trailer to Cabin Conversion For Sale

This is a 1956 travel trailer to cabin conversion that’s for sale in Grapeview, WA (update: sold).

Outside you’ll find the trailer has a nice deck with a traditional roof added onto to it. An outbuilding is also included on the .31 acre property which you can use as a workshop, for storage, and it can also house your washer and dryer.

When you go inside the travel trailer cabin you’ll find a living area, dinette, kitchen, bathroom, and bedroom. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

352 Sq. Ft. Travel Trailer to Cabin Conversion For Sale

352 Sq. Ft. Travel Trailer to Cabin Conversion For Sale

Images © Windermere/Himlie/Zillow

Trailer to Cabin with Deck Conversion


















Images © Windermere/Himlie/Zillow

Learn more: http://www.zillow.com/homedetails/171-E-Emerald-Lake-Dr-W-Grapeview-WA-98546/60936956_zpid/

Our big thanks to Joceile Moore for sharing!

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  • Carol Perry October 1, 2015, 9:51 am

    Hi Joceile,

    Your traveling trailer is very nice. It seems like you have a lot of room in there. I love the fact that your bedroom and your bathroom are separate from the rest of your living space. You have a lot of kitchen cabinets and it must be nice to have a full size refrigerator in there. Your deck is awesome! It’s huge you could have awesome parties out there. It must be nice to have a garage that can house your washer and dryer. You have a beautiful view of the lake!! I t must be nice on a hot summer day to jump in and go swimming !!

    You have a really nice trailer and you shouldn’t have any trouble selling it. Good Luck!! Carol Perry

  • Dominick Bundy October 1, 2015, 12:11 pm

    That doesn’t look like any travel trailer to me.. But rather an old 1950’s mobile home. that families used to live in full time as permanent homes I love these old beauties,, Unfortunately most parks won’t allow them anymore.. Like the tiny house they are very hard to find a place to park, even on some rural private land.. As long as tiny house people keep their property and homes up neat and clean.. why can’t all other just learn to live and let live..

    • Candide33 February 2, 2016, 8:31 am

      Yep, we lived in one just like that when I was a baby. I don’t remember too much of it except the turquoise paper towel holder that I thought was the prettiest color I had ever seen and that my bed took up my whole room. I have pictures though.

  • chris October 1, 2015, 12:12 pm

    I can’t imagine doing laundry outdoors in WA in winter time ??

  • Mary October 1, 2015, 2:09 pm

    How much are you asking for it? Thank you. Mary

  • Greg Burns October 3, 2015, 4:19 pm

    As brought up in an earlier comments, this probably ISN’T to be considered a “camper” or even a (travel) “trailer”, but a full-sized “mobile home”. What’s the difference? Well, in 1954, just about the time Lucy & Desi were making folks roar with laughter in the film “The Long, Long Trailer”, the designations and dimensions were changing. Up until 1954, ALL trailers were 8 feet wide. After that, when 10 and 12 and 15 wide trailers began being manufactured, buyers COULD NOT just tow them with their passenger car anymore. they had to be professionally transported, and usually just sat in that spot for the rest of their “born days”. Even the 1954 “New Moon” used in the movie, was apparently WAY TOO HEAVY for even that gorgeous new 1954 “Mercury” convertible, according to some folks who work in the RV industry. As a matter of fact, the guy where Desi has the hitch installed “highly recommends” a “tow dolly”, which is an extra set of wheel & tires, to prop up any “sag” between the car and trailer. They stil DO sell 8 foot wide, “park models” today, which usually have “home-sized” stoves and refrigerators and toilets, versus the “camper-style” versions. And most folks who purchase “park models” keep them semi-permanently parked at a campground year round, then just drive their car or truck up to stay weekends or Holidays. And these folks also tend to landscape and highly decorate their “spots” in a festive manner. So this HUGE “baby” will likely NOT be regularly “toed around for little jaunts. It’ll need to be professionally moved and left somewhere for longer periods of time. thanks again for the GREAT article/story & photos! BEST OF LUCK IN THE FUTURE! All my BEST! Greg 🙂

    • M October 4, 2015, 10:49 pm

      Greg..who makes the eight footer park models? Brand? Place? Thank you.

  • Darcy February 1, 2016, 7:55 pm

    Well I guess if you like trailer park boys, please move in. What a waste of good renovation funds.

    • Dominick Bundy February 2, 2016, 9:03 am

      I’m a firm believer, Why fix it , if it ‘s not broken. I would love to find and reside in an old 1950’s type trailer park . with all the 8 to 10 ft. wide homes of yesteryear. (that is all well maintained and kept up) so why would any renovation funds be needed at all Keep keep up what you have and be happy..

  • Lauralyn February 1, 2016, 9:10 pm

    That is not a a travel trailer, it is a single wide mobile home. I can’t imagine anyone going traveling with something so long.

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