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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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Amy was already working remotely when her husband, Kevin, lost his position in the family business he’d been in for 25 years. With their entire life turned upside-down, they chose to buy a motorhome and renovate it so they could travel the U.S.!

Their 18-year-old daughter graduated early so she could join them on the journey and get to see the country with them, and now the three have a “moody” and modern 45-foot rig.

Tiny Home Tours takes us on a walk-through of their house, which you can watch below.

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They Lost a Job & Hit The Road!

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Here’s a stunning 1926 Carriage House Stay that’s been inspired by a treehouse, with dark wood and even some faux leaves hanging over the bed!

It’s located in the Country Club of Orlando and is 260 square feet of luxury. There’s a patio area with a fire pit and even two bikes you can rent to explore the area. Check it out below and let us know what you think about it! And of course, if you like it enough, maybe you can consider booking a stay via Dave and Jean on Airbnb.

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Lovely Treehouse-Inspired Vacation Stay

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Tyler and Nina are loving their life on the road in their 18‘ 1993 Fleetwood Jamboree Searcher. While the outside remains relatively untouched, they transformed the dank and dingy interior and created a light and bright living space.

Their dinette becomes their couch, and the couple admitted it stays like that most of the time. They also have a bed over the cab for sleeping. Wait until you see the once-yellow shower/toilet area transformed into a magazine-worthy itty bitty bathroom!

Enjoy the video tour and interview with Tiny Home Tours that you can watch below! You can follow the couple on Instagram here.

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Visiting National Parks in Their RV Conversion

Tyler & Nina in their 18‘ 1993 Fleetwood Jamboree Searcher 3

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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RVs are becoming a popular option for minimalists who want to join the tiny house movement. While not as durable as their stick-built cousins, they are an awesome option for couples or families interested in seeing more of the country since they’re designed to be lightweight and portable.

This 2004 Holiday Rambler 5th Wheel has been completely renovated and turned into a stylish tiny house with farmhouse features.  There’s even a greenhouse window where you can grow some herbs!

The seller in California is asking $39,000 for the 39-foot RV that boasts 398 square feet of living space. You can get in touch at Tiny House Marketplace here.

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Completely Renovated RV for Sale in CA

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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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