This is an incredible double decker bus cottage. It’s a 1962 Bristol Lodekka Double Decker Bus turned into a one-of-a-kind rolling tiny home.
And amazingly enough, it’s available for sale out of Greensboro, North Carolina with an asking price of $169,000. According to the listing, it has been professionally converted into an RV-certified travel trailer!
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1962 Bristol Lodekka Double Decker Bus Tiny Home
The double decker bus has been completely renovated.
Yet much of the original character still remains.
Now it’s a fully functional tiny house!
Not to mention, it’s completely one-of-a-kind.
This could make for quite the awesome Airbnb, for anyone out there who is looking for a super-unique tiny home experience to offer their guests.
The upstairs coffee and reading nook with a view. I love this spot!
I once got to go inside of a double decker bus coffee shop in Asheville that this reminds me of. 🙂
Since the engine was removed, this double decker is now considered a 2021 travel trailer.
This is pretty cool news for anyone who might want to buy it because it means you can finance and insure it now. 🙂
- Professionally converted double decker bus
- It was built within the existing chassis and shell of a 1962 Bristol Lodekka
- Imported from England
- Titled in 2021 as a travel trailer
- All new wiring, plumbing, HVAC, flooring, paint, appliances, cabinetry, and more was installed while maintaining most of the look and feel of the original vehicle
- The engine has been completely removed, hence why it is now considered a travel trailer
- The bus does not run and depends on hookups for usability
- 30′ long with approximate 20k lb weight
- 2021 Travel Trailer title makes it eligible for RV financing and insurance
- Vinyl zero VOC flooring throughout
- Mini split HVAC downstairs, rooftop RV vent fan upstairs
- Kitchen with SMEG retro refrigerator, quartz counters, dual burner cooktop, and convection/microwave combo
- Lower level dining booth and sofas
- Salvaged “RCA” bath door
- Subway/penny tile shower, bath vanity, and Saniflo (flushing) toilet
- Upper coffee bar + sofa “perch”
- Built-in king size platform bed (includes new IKEA hybrid mattress + hypoallergenic cover)
- Vintage Hifi Stereo
- Mid Century Modern chair/ottoman
- Upper level wired for RV rooftop AC and ceiling mount projector
- Asking price $169,000
- Located in Greensboro, North Carolina
So what do you think of this double decker bus turned travel trailer cottage? Is this something you can see yourself in and use as a home or is it just another Airbnb tiny home to add to the wishlist?
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- 1980 Bristol Double Decker Bus
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I think this would make a nice home but the colors are not cohisive. The green and blue really don’t go well together. Without an engine it would be difficult to move to a location, so as far as campers go, it is useless. As a tiny home that you move to a property and leave it it seems fine although they didn’t show any storage or bedrooms.
My friends and I NEED this bus for when we go to college. We graduate from high school in 2026. Then we’ll make a road trip to go see it. Please hold it until then. Thanks!
Very expensive for a non running sweatbox.
Its honestly my dream to have a double decker home bus… my theme however will be a mash us of traditional Japanese + gypsy + hippie. I like purple and blue and I’m naming the bus Lorelei.