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Double Decker Bus Tiny House For Sale!

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Do you remember the “Royal Scott” double-decker bus turned Airbnb that we showed you a couple of months back? Well, it’s for sale! You might remember that it no longer runs (the engine blew years ago), but if you get it towed, you could be the owner of a beautiful piece of history.

The entire second floor of the bus is a cozy bedroom/lounge area. On the first floor, there’s a little kitchenette, dining area, and space for a small couch or loveseat. There’s a half bath toward the cab of the bus. It’s in Portland, Oregon, and can be yours for $89,975.

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The “Royal Scott” Is Looking for a New Owner

It has fresh exterior paint!

There’s a little kitchenette and a great mural.

The ceiling is nice and tall in the entryway.

This is the living space.

You can see the mural better here.

Here’s the view from the bed.

The whole upper deck is a bedroom.

The bathroom has a little Nature’s Head.


No, the bus doesn’t drive, the engine caught fire in the 80’s. It’ll need to be towed to its next location. The bus has RV water and electric hook up. It’s been a very successful Airbnb since I finished it in June of 2022.

Step up from the deck into a beautiful Mid-century Modern -inspired, plant-draped entryway bathed in natural light.

The kitchenette is outfitted with a sink, induction cooktop, microwave, mini-fridge, kettle, French press, and cooking basics, and opens to a seating area wrapped in whimsical paintings that were a part of the bus’s life when it was the Grilled Cheese Grill here in Portland.

The bathroom boasts a handmade wooden door, raw-edge countertop, stall shower, composting toilet, and a view into the original driver’s cab. Composting toilets are not for everyone, ours is made by “Natures Head”, and is easy to use.

When you head up the original bus stairs to the upper deck, you’ll find a cozy lounge area with throw pillows and a queen-sized bed flanked by reading lights.

A note about the ceiling height and doorways: Due to keeping the bus as close to its original shape as possible, some of our spaces are narrow and short. The door enter is approximately 6′ tall. The entryway, kitchenette, and bathroom have more than 7 feet of height; the other areas range from 5′ 8″ to 6′. The door into the bathroom is approximately 18″ wide.

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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  • Liz
    February 24, 2023, 1:57 pm

    Can I move in?

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