This is one couple’s school bus tiny home conversion.
And now it’s up for sale with an asking price of $17,500.
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Couple’s School Bus Tiny Home
We are selling our 1999 Blue Bird converted school bus, fully furnished and ready to be taken on the next adventure! We have enjoyed this bus so much!!!
As you step up on the bus, you are welcomed by a cozy seating area featuring a brand new futon and love seat, both providing great storage underneath. This also converts to a sleeping area. Good storage space around each of these pieces of furniture as well.
Kitchen table also provides a fun space for board games or puzzles!
Kitchen area provides plenty of storage and comes equipped with recently purchased toaster, electric skillet, 2 electric single burners, and coffee pot. Ample counter space. There is a storage cabinet directly across that can be used as additional counter space and for kitchen storage or other preferred storage.
The bathroom consists of a simple composting toilet.
Sleeping area features privacy curtains and a full-size mattress and frame with tons of storage underneath. We have stored all of our beach equipment, extra chairs, etc… here with plenty of additional space still available.
Windows have custom-made screens and curtains.
Our local small-village school district purchased the bus new years ago, and it has been well maintained by one mechanic for all of the years in service. Complete maintenance file will be provided. Recent service has been done. Bus runs great. 3800 International bus chassis and DT 466E engine. 193,837 miles. Roof has been sealed. Brand new rear hitch mounted with new 4-bike rack. Spare tire and rack mounted under bus with included 8-ton bottle jack.
This bus is immaculate, and there has been no pets and no smoking.
Asking price is $17,500 and we are willing to deliver. 🙂
Email: [email protected] if you’re interested.
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I love white so you had me there… Then I saw the bathroom. Uh… Nope.
Where is the location of the bus? Is it wired for electric? Water? Any insulation?
LOVE what they did with the bed area, like the white and light wood, really opens it up. If they had just made the bathroom a bit longer and put an RV shower kit in there and one of those nice, new composting toilets that has a fan and heat source to help with bio degradation (they look almost like a regular toilet and are VERY easy to maintain – with no flashbacks of late night outhouse visits lol, and then finished the walls it would be PERFECT! 😀 But I get that they didn’t want the extreme expense of putting in water tanks, grey tanks, propane tanks, etc. Very nicely done. If it weren’t for that, I’d be trying to buy it right now. Gave me ideas for my own bus conversion, though. 😀
Thank you very much! We are located in Michigan.
The bus is not wired for electric or water. We have remote-controlled, battery-operated LED lights that provide ample interior lighting at night. Adding fresh and gray water tanks would be very easy to do. We had plans to add a shower but decided to sell prior to doing so, but there is plenty of room. The bathroom would look gorgeous with a coat of white paint, but we just didn’t get around to it prior to selling.
There is 1″ insulation added from the windows to the floor all the way around the bus but none added to the ceiling or floor.
If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to ask. Thank you again!
This is so clean and modern looking! I love it. I think I would have liked to see the bathroom more finished. Course that is something that could be done. Great job with this conversion!
I know I must have commented on this bus already… But I have been going thru a small ordeal here with a majore new computer total break down after only 16 days.. But I want to say is that buses are so versatile and one of the best formats for starting a tiny house like what the trailer meant to tumble weed houses, and you could build anything on them , as this house on wheels just proves my point, it is just fantastic they have done a great job, and I hope to see it evolve even more as time goes on and hope they come back to show us more… Great job….!
I think my favorite part is that you used the old bus seats for your dining area! So many childhood hours spent sitting on seats just like those… Looks great!
Gorgeous! 🙂 What is the ceiling height in the center? Thank you for sharing, and all the best to you and yours.
For the price they’re selling it for, as long as it runs good it doesn’t matter if you don’t like the interior. You can redo the entire thing and add a decent bathroom for less than purchasing an old RV.
It’s spectacular. Can you please tell me where it is currently located?
Do you need a CDL to drive it?
JD, laws are different in every state. Try searching online at the dmv in your state, but I don’t think you need a CDL or even a chauffeur license to drive this as you’re not transporting any people or goods for a business. Again, check with your state though.
Love this one! Even with the unfinished bathroom. I’m a cyclist so it’s great that there is a hitch and rack to put bicycles. All or mostly white is a hard look to pull off, but this is lovely!