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Oversized Van Conversion with Luxury Shower


This is an oversized van conversion with a luxury shower, lush bed, fancy kitchen, private cockpit, and it even has a little fireplace.

It’s actually available for purchase as I write this and listed for $114,500 over at Van Life Trader. Check it out, learn more, and share your thoughts in the comments. Is this the sort of van conversion that would work for you? Do you like this layout? Why or why not? Let’s talk about it below…

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Oversized Van Conversion… 2018 Ford Transit 250 with 33k Miles in Sebring, Florida

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The kitchen and all of the cabinets, very luxurious…

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Look at that faucet! It’s nice to have a sink cover like that so you can have extra counter space.

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Table pulls out like a drawer, I love this…

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The shower is luxurious, isn’t it?

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There’s a fireplace and TV to make it extra cozy, even if you have to stay in.

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Fireplace, LCD on a swivel, what’s not to love?

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The bed looks very comfy, and there’s lots of built in storage here.

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It’s the Ford Transit 250 extended version with high roof. Hardly looks like a camper at all from the outside!

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We love the private cockpit area.

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Highlights

  • 2018
  • High roof, Extended Ford Transit 250
  • 2WD
  • Automatic
  • 16 MPG
  • Seats 2, sleeps 3
  • 4 season van
  • Stealthy and off-grid ready
  • Built-in luxury
  • Top of the line features
  • 42 gallon water tank
  • Snow tires included
  • Pull-out spare bed
  • Space for two snowboards, two bicycles, and camping gear.
  • There’s even an onboard fish tank
  • Solar panels
  • Composting toilet
  • Many more features, listed here.
  • $114,500

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  • Claude
    June 25, 2020, 9:44 pm

    All I can say, is wow!

    • Natalie C. McKee
      June 27, 2020, 1:09 pm

      Exactly!

  • Michael
    June 26, 2020, 7:03 am

    well done.This is the way to go when You’d like to sleep incognito.
    I like the bathroom set up and raised bed to gain storage under.
    The dining set up isn’t my thing, I’d like a dinette facing each other over a bench sitting side by side.
    The wood stove is brilliant. It would be interesting to know who built it.
    I don’t know width and standing headroom of Ford Transit but Sprinter isn’t sufficient for my 6’4″.

    • Paul
      June 26, 2020, 3:21 pm

      I wouldn’t be surprised if the woodstove is from Cubic, probably a Cub model. Looks to be the same, anyway.

      Before a build, the cargo area of Transit high-roof 148″ wheelbase extended-body is listed at 172.2″ long @ floor level, 81.5″ tall but I believe that’s to the roof skin, not the structural ribs below the outer skin. External body width is 81.3″, but I’m not finding a good source showing actual inside width, although a European source shows about 70.25″ wide inside – so you won’t be laying perpendicular to the van, lol.

  • Theresa Perdue
    June 26, 2020, 7:23 am

    I love the fireplace it really makes it cozy and the sink having a 2 piece cover is great so you can use it but still have extra counter space. I am confused about the composting toilet as I see it listed but didn’t see it anywhere in the pictures. A toilet is a must for me. All in all it is one of the nicest conversions I have seen and I have been looking at a lot of them as it’s my new addiction 😍

  • November 6, 2020, 7:30 am

    The way they set the bed up, it seems a bit odd to have the TV over the bench which is next to the Head of Bed. Other than using a swing arm on the TV, you would have trouble viewing it from either the bed or the seated area. Other than that, the design is beautiful.

    • Marcia
      July 27, 2021, 12:08 pm

      I thought the same thing when I saw the TV in relationship to the sitting area and bed. If you are the sort of person who watches the news while drinking your morning coffee, good luck with that! 😳

  • May 25, 2021, 10:16 pm

    I’d only change 2 things. Mount the tv into the ceiling to drop down in front of bed, or in cabinet facing head of bed to pull out. I couldn’t handle having to lay on my side to watch tv the way it is now, sitting on a hard bench. Once you move the tv, you have another hunk of storage space where the tv was. This is a beautiful van, but not something I’ll ever be able to afford. Good life for those that can. Be Safe Everyone

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