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.
This family spent three years seeking a diagnosis for their oldest daughter’s illness, and another two years trying treatments for her. When she finally got the all-clear, the parents realized the go-go-go of modern suburban life was so empty. They decided to buy a camper just to spend one month traveling — but once they tasted the alternative life, they couldn’t go back.
They upgraded their camper after a while to this 37-foot fifth wheel which provides a bunk room for the kids, a spacious bathroom, and kitchen with full-size appliances. For now, the family has no plans of ever settling down again!
Four years ago, Kirs and Devin wanted to escape the rising rent in Nashville and decided to go tiny and move into a fifth wheel. They renovated that one, and later moved into a toy hauler. Most recently the couple purchased a gorgeous 44 ft. fifth wheel that hasn’t needed any work and they are loving their RV life.
The two find places to park in the area, and don’t travel right now, but they are financially free (and their home is awesome!). They share the trailer with their three dogs. Be sure to enjoy the tour and the Q&A they did with us at the end of the post.
Val and Josh left Portland and moved into a home, hoping to get closer to nature — but they discovered they spent even less time outdoors than before! So they started travelling in a renovated 5th wheel.
Soon they realized it was too big and bulky for the amount of travel they wanted to do, so they sold the 5th wheel and bought a 2014 Airstream, which they turned into their house on wheels. After decking it out with an amazing solar system, they were able to renovate the interior to match their style and needed functionality.
Jenna over at Tiny House Giant Journey did a great video interview with the awesome couple, which you can watch at the end of the post.
This is a fully-renovated fifth-wheel RV for sale in Sugar Hill, Georgia for sale for $26,000 (sold). While the owners bought it and overhauled it with the intention of living in it full-time, they had trouble finding an affordable full-time parking opportunity (one of the toughest parts of tiny living!) and are now selling.
That said, it would make an awesome tiny house for a couple or small family, especially for one interested in full-time travel. RVs are built to be frequently towed around and are usually lighter than their tiny house counterparts.
The inside got a major facelift, with all the dark trim painted, extra cabinets removed to create visual space, and new furniture added to make it feel like home. Take a look at the photo tour below.
This is the 320-sq.ft. Poseidon Tiny House by Hera Homes for sale in Wisconsin. It features a modern design on a gooseneck trailer.
Inside you’ll find stunning custom countertops in the prettiest blue color, along with all kinds of energy-efficient features. There’s even a back deck with space for a chair or two. The main bedroom is over the gooseneck, and there’s a storage loft over the deck.
After Brianna and Tyler went on a travel trailer vacation with their two kids, Tyler jokingly said, “I wish we could do this all the time.” Back then, he was working 12-hour days at the office and Brianna was struggling to manage her job, her kids, and taking care of a 2,600-square-foot home.
So that night, she started crunching numbers and Instagram-spying on other RV families. Tyler woke up to Brianna’s report that they could, in fact, make it work. Just 50 days after that conversation, they’d sold their home and were living in an RV full-time!
A family of four, inspired by a vacation in a travel trailer, decided to transition from their 2,600 sq. ft. home to a full-time RV lifestyle.
In just 50 days, they successfully sold their house and embraced the freedom and adventure of RV living, documenting their journey on social media.
The RV offers ample storage, a spacious kitchen, and accommodates family living, showcasing their successful transition to a mobile lifestyle filled with exploration and new experiences.
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