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This is the Tin Can Airstream. It’s a beautiful vintage Airstream that has been remodeled with a Scandinavian style.

It’s an Airstream travel trailer turned tiny home on a homestead.

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The Tin Can Airstream Tiny House Homestead

The Tin Can Airstream Tiny House Homestead

Images © Ellie Arciaga Lillstrom via Apartment Therapy

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This is a 34-foot Classic Edition Airstream from 2001 that is now outfitted with solar panels, a “Hobbit” wood burning stove from England, and more. According to the listing, it has been used for the last several years as a tiny cabin on a property in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

This Airstream tiny home features approximately 272-square-feet that can sleep up to four adults and one child comfortably thanks to the amazing floor plan. The best part about a tiny house like this is that since it’s really a high-quality travel trailer, it’s easy to get around with and tow when you want to. But it’s also easy to keep parked and use as a tiny house. Very versatile, but what do you think?

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272-Square-Foot Airstream Tiny Home For Sale in Colorado Springs, Colorado – $37,500

34-Foot Classic Airstream Tiny House

Images via Chris/Tiny Home Builders

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This is a 1968 30ft Airstream Sovereign that’s for sale in San Francisco, California.

It’s been completely renovated and sleeps up to four people comfortably. The Airstream offers approximately 220 sq. ft. of space inside and is available for $89,000 according to the listing on Tiny Home Builders.

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220 Sq. Ft. Airstream Sovereign For Sale in San Francisco, California: Completely Renovated!

Renovated 1968 30ft Airstream Sovereign For Sale in San Francisco_001Images via Tiny Home Builders

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