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Christine is selling the lovely 40′ Keystone Montana High Country that she renovated. She’s made some great upgrades to the rig, which you’re sure to enjoy. The motorhome has a large living area/kitchen, a secondary sitting room/office, and a spacious bedroom in the gooseneck.

Oh, and did I mention there are two bathrooms in this unit? Plus an outdoor kitchen! It would make a fun tiny home for a couple. She’s selling it for $55,000 in Santa Rosa, CA.

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Renovated $55K Fifth Wheel Travel Trailer

Fully-Renovated 40′ Keystone Montana High Country 14

Images via Christine

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This couple took a van vacation around Iceland and Lauren fell in love with the nomadic lifestyle. She finally pestered Jon enough that they purchased a small Class C campervan and started living in it full-time. Eventually, they wanted a bit more space, though, so they upgraded to a 40-foot Heartland Elkridge Fifth Wheel.

This RV has a central living area with a large kitchen and island across from the couch and dinette space. There’s a bunk room in the back for guests, and then they have a luxurious primary bedroom in the front of the rig. Could you enjoy life in a fifth-wheel?

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Full-Time Living 40 foot Heartland Elkridge Fifth Wheel

From a Van Rental in Iceland to Their Own 5th Wheel RV. 3

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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Earlier we shared Jasper’s awesome box truck conversion that he lived in on and off for about four years. At the start of 2022, he made a major life shift and purchased a fifth wheel (brand new!) which he is living in with his girlfriend, two dogs, and soon-to-be baby!

Even though their fifth wheel is obviously mobile, the couple is putting down roots on Vancouver Island and staying put for now. He is a super cool content creator and I think you’ll enjoy checking out his new digs.

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Family’s New 40-ft. Fifth Wheel RV

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Amber and Jaylyn first decided on RV life when it was just the two of them — he’s a Marine and they wanted to spend money on something that was theirs, rather than paying for base housing with every move. It also fits their minimalist mindset.

While they did buy a larger toy hauler when their daughter was born, they’re still happily living tiny. Just wait until you see the cool elevator bed they put in the toy-hauler part, as well as Journey’s adorable nursery.

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Young Family with Baby went tiny with a Toy Hauler RV Renovation

Family of 3’s Toy Hauler Tiny Home Reno 4

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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Not only does living in an RV provide this family with the chance to see the country and explore with their adorable son, Aiden, it has given them the freedom to pay off $200,000 in debt in just 18 months! That’s astounding!

They chose a spacious 5th wheel for their adventure that is packed with tons of luxuries including a pantry, stacked washer & dryer, king-size bed and residential-size appliances. Aiden has his own room and a cool extra-large loft for sleepovers, and so far he loves learning on the road. What a great family!

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Pantry, Fireplace, Washer&Dryer in this Fifth Wheel RV

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Paul and Elaine wanted to spend more time as a family and work on their debt-free journey, which is why they sold their home and moved into their 5th wheel RV which they had owned for vacations.

Elaine homeschools their kids, and while they’re currently fairly stationary, they have plans to do some travelling as Paul’s job allows. You can follow them on Instagram here.

For them, the hardest part of tiny living is rainy days, but the benefits far outweigh the tough stuff. Enjoy their Q&A after the photos and walk-through below.

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They Sold Their Home & Moved Into Their RV

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This is a renovated 5th wheel RV trailer turned tiny cottage on wheels which is for sale for $35,000 right here out of Stroudsburg, PA.

From the outside it looks like an ordinary travel trailer. But once you step inside, you realize it’s been nicely converted into a tiny home that’s easy to tow and since it literally is an RV, it’s easy to find a place to stay using campgrounds and RV parks. So what do you think about a travel tailer renovation like this?

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From The Outside It Looks Like Just Another 5th Wheel Camper

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Joy and Austin decided to downsize from their 850 sq. ft. apartment into a Sprinter 5th wheel so they could start saving money to eventually purchase a home of their own. This “tiny for awhile” mindset has really gained popularity lately, and it can be such a wise way to get started.

Paint goes a long way, and in the 7 months they’ve lived tiny they have really made their once-outdated camper into a stylish home sweet home. The RV has a master bedroom for Joy and Austin, and then a separate room for their baby.

We got to interview Joy about their tiny life, so be sure to check out that Q&A at the end of the post! You can follow the family to see more here.

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Family of 3 and Their Stationary RV Life

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We’ve been seeing more and more couples and families choose RV conversions for great temporary housing to allow them to travel and save money for a future home. This “temporary tiny” is a great way to learn to live with less and to help people reach their financial goals. Caroline and husband, Daniel, did an amazing job on their 5th wheel conversion!

They were able to buy their RV from the original owners, and then spend about 5 weeks of full-time renovations. While they were previously working seasonally and travelling, they’re now looking for more permanent work and Caroline is growing her photography business.

We got to do a Q&A with the awesome couple, which you can read at the end of the post after a photo tour of their conversion. Follow them on Instagram here.

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They Gave This 5th Wheel an Awesome Facelift

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