What better way to find your future home than by traveling the whole country? That’s what former manager Colin is doing in his 2003 Ford E350 Short Bus conversion. Tired of his high-paced life in San Francisco, he purchased and converted the bus to meet his unique needs.
He ramped up his solar, so he could run a larger fridge and freezer for meat and beer, as well as an awesome outdoor shower with plenty of hot water. His goal is to find a small town somewhere where he’ll buy land and build a house. What do you like most about his rig?
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His 2003 Ford E350 Short Bus w/ 600 Watts of Solar
Now this is a tiny house unlike anything I’ve ever seen before! There are two triangular additions to the top of this gooseneck THOW that provide standing room in the queen-sized loft bedroom, and a rooftop porch in the center.
The home was a DIY build by a husband and wife team, and is now for sale in Idaho for $65,000. Inside, the gooseneck has been transformed into a spacious living area, while a galley kitchen and full bath take up the rest of the ground floor.
There’s a stunning barnwood accent wall in the living area, and a huge closet with built-in storage by the bathroom for hanging storage. Enjoy the photo tour below and contact the seller (or ask questions) here.
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Buy This Tiny House with Standing Room Loft for $65K
This is a 36ft tiny house w/ a rooftop deck that’s off to Hawaii. It’s built by Living Tiny, LLC, a tiny home builder out of Oklahoma. It features a main-floor bedroom with a ceiling-lift bed to save space and be able to use the space for more than just sleeping. That’s pretty cool!
We just build a 36’ x 8.5’ Tiny house with a rooftop deck for one of our clients in Hawaii!
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36ft Tiny House w/Rooftop Deck in Hawaii Built by Living Tiny Oklahoma
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This is a rooftop deck tiny house called the Panoramic. It’s built by a French tiny house builder, Ty Rodou. If you ever wanted to tow the house, you just have to remove the railing.
What do you think, would you consider adding a rooftop deck like this for your tiny house on wheels? I think it would definitely be worth it!
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The Panoramic Tiny House with Rooftop Deck by Ty Rodou
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This is Michael Fuehrer’s amazing school bus conversion that can sleep up to six people. It’s called Navigation Nowhere.
He built it with the help of his dad and the design includes skylights, a rooftop deck, a multifunctional area that converts from a bed or couch to a large dining table, a full-service kitchen with plenty of space to prep and cook, a large pantry, a main floor bedroom that also converts into an office or a living room with a few adjustments, a rear storage area, and more!
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Michael’s School Bus Conversion Sleeps Six, Has Two Multi-functional Areas, And More!
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This is the No1 Living 40′ Houseboat by No1 Living.
It’s a modern 40ft houseboat with a wrap-around deck and an additional rooftop deck. Inside, you’ll find a bedroom, living area, dining nook, kitchenette, and full bathroom!
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No1 Living 40′ Floating Home with Private Bedroom
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This is one couple’s mostly-DIY tiny house on wheels with a rooftop deck, outdoor shower, and an indoor bath tub!
It’s Sean and Angie Johnson’s (Instagram) tiny home. They named it the Paspin, which means little bug. It was Angie’s nickname as a kid.2
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Tiny Home on Wheels with Rooftop Deck, Outdoor Shower, Indoor Bath Tub, and Slide Out!
This is the Basecamp Tiny House on Wheels with a rooftop deck by Backcountry Tiny Homes!
Please learn more and enjoy below. Thanks!
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204 Sq. Ft. Tiny House on Wheels with a Rooftop Deck
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“It is with heavy hearts that we are selling the tiny container house that we designed and built for us on our family farm (www.resilientfarm.com), but family drama and conflict has caused us to leave the farm. Our short term intent was to use this for at least a weekend retreat, if not a full time residence and possibly add on to it with another container that was a bedroom/bath module if/once we had kids. Medium term we wanted to put it on a trailer and use it for a luxury travel trailer, and long term we thought we could give it to the kids as a honeymoon cabin and starter home, something to be passed on to future generations.