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Jeff Hirsch owns this beautiful Airbnb tiny house on Westchester County’s oldest working farm which he calls, “Camped Inn.” Jeff and his buddy Dave bought and renovated this 8.5′ x 16′ structure, turning it into perfect little off-grid vacation cabin, with the comforts of home and the surrounding beauty of a working farm.

You walk into a breezy living room that melds into the kitchen area. There’s a small bathroom at the very end, and a ladder takes you up to the loft bedroom with a skylight. You can sit out on the front porch to sip your morning coffee and enjoy the pastoral views. Read Jeff and Dave’s story below!

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136 Sq. Ft. Off-Grid Tiny House on a Beautiful New York Farm

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The Pond House, located on 19 acres of secluded woodlands, will seem worlds away from the city. The pond and abundance of trees create a peaceful backdrop for a family vacation just an hour and a half outside of New York City in Phillipsport, New York.

The cabin itself is a blend of industrial and modern, with rusty-colored siding, black-painted exposed beams, and plenty of minimalist furniture. It was designed by Sundial Studios Architect & Design. There are three bedrooms (two queens, and a bunk room) and two bathrooms. Tell us what you think!

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Gorgeous Modern Cabin Surrounded by Nature

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This is the 15-foot ESCAPE eBoho Go tiny house. It’s a limited edition build that’s available right now if you’re interested.

It features a modern interior and exterior with a full light door, lots of windows, an 11-foot storage shelf with electrical and USB outlets, two closets, a queen bed on the main level with under-storage, a mini split air conditioning system, a multi-purpose kitchen lounge with drawers and a refrigerator, and a bathroom with window, sink, flush toilet, heat, shower, and storage. This tiny house is packed with amenities and is offered for $38,550 as a limited edition item. Click here for ordering information. It’s a limited edition ESCAPE eBoho GO tiny house.

15-foot Escape eBoho Go Tiny House for $38,550

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Yvan and Sylvie are on their third bus conversion and loving every minute of the freedom (and early semi-retirement) that bus life offered them. Their marriage was struggling with Yvan gone for work all the time and Sylvie at home running the family business. So Yvan convinced his company to let him travel in their bus conversion, and they sold the business.

This is actually their third bus conversion, and it’s absolutely brilliant!  Every inch of space has been carefully designed to be as functional as possible — and they even have an 8×8 bathroom in the back of the bus. The kitchen is large so they can do all the cooking they love, and they have a passenger seat up front so they can talk while driving. Pretty great!

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Semi-Retired In Their Third Bus Conversion: A Luxury Coach Bus Turned DIY Motorhome

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This couple enjoyed working on yachts for a while until they were inspired to buy a short school bus to convert into their DIY motorhome. They fixed it up and used it on weekends at first, but they grew tired of the “go-go-go” lifestyle and eventually quit their jobs so they could hit the road, enjoying a more relaxed pace of life.

Their short school bus conversion has a beautiful bathroom, plenty of seating for guests (which also doubles as their bed), and a special higher purpose: they use it to foster dogs on the road.

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From Yacht Crew to Bus Life in their DIY Roof Raised Short School Bus Conversion

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One of the awesome things to happen over the past two years is the influx of remote work opportunities that are allowing people to have more location flexibility. That’s seen in Kristine & Brandon’s #vanlife story. One works as a CPA and the other as a recruiter, and both are able to work full-time in their beautiful Promaster conversion.

But, of course, home can be anywhere! Their rig has stunning wood countertops, lots of cabinets, and an ample garage to store the always-needed-to-fix-things tools. There’s a special under-bed cubby for their dog, and they don’t have plans to return to “normal life” soon.

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CPA and Recruiter Living and Working on the Road

Promaster Renovation For Travel-Loving Couple

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The Fern Campervan is a one-of-a-kind van build that’s available to rent out of the sunny seaside town of Hastings in the UK. It was converted by Project Yonder.

Perfect for solo travelers, couples, or small families, the Fern Campervan sleeps up to three with a double and single bed. It has a kitchen and dining area so you can refuel after a long day of exploring. Additionally, Fern has a bathroom – making it ideal for off-grid locations. And, when you’re ready to settle in for the night, there’s a movie projector. What do you think? Have you ever considered taking a van life vacation?

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The Fern Campervan Rental by Project Yonder

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When Chuck mentioned the idea of traveling the country in their renovated RV, Shannon was having none of it. But two weeks later, she fell down the Skoolie YouTube rabbit hole and was completely on board. They ended up selling their home, almost all their stuff, and purchasing their Class A RV completely debt-free!

Their debt-free lifestyle has allowed them to experiment with different online income streams and not work traditional jobs while they explore. They overhauled their RV with a lot of white paint, took out upper cabinets that were in the way, and replaced the couch. What do you think?

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Debt-Free Family in Their Renovated Class A Motorhome

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Jerome and Meli have spent years traveling the world together. First, they met at the Olympics in Russia, then traveled around Europe and North Africa. They came to North America for what was going to be a one-year adventure and ended up spending three years exploring Canada, the US, and now Baja!

Their DIY motorhome is from 1985, but you’d never know based on the renovated interior. There’s a giant lounge area that doubles as their dinette, a functional kitchen for all their cooking exploits, and a perfect cozy bed over the cab.

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Exploring North America in their Vintage Toyota Motorhome

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