Do you remember the “Royal Scott” double-decker bus turned Airbnb that we showed you a couple of months back? Well, it’s for sale! You might remember that it no longer runs (the engine blew years ago), but if you get it towed, you could be the owner of a beautiful piece of history.
The entire second floor of the bus is a cozy bedroom/lounge area. On the first floor, there’s a little kitchenette, dining area, and space for a small couch or loveseat. There’s a half bath toward the cab of the bus. It’s in Portland, Oregon, and can be yours for $89,975.
Tasha is an artist who first got into nomadic life so she could travel the country selling her artwork. When craft fairs closed down in 2020, she shifted years to converting tiny homes for other people, and the bus you’ll see below is her 6th creation! It’s been sold, but it was on the market when they shot the video.
The bus is wonderfully-thought-out, with a spacious kitchen that has a removable stovetop, so you can cook outdoors when you want, and a multipurpose modular couch. There’s a nice outdoor shower with a pop-in privacy curtain and well-placed hooks for your towel and shower bag. Enjoy the tour below!
Erdinc, a musician who wanted to build a roof deck on a skoolie and use it for performances, built out this amazing skoolie over 8 months for about $16,000. As it happens, life has changed, and he needs to sell the rig.
The conversion featured a beautiful wooden ceiling, a long countertop with room for a camp stove, an office set-up, solar power, and a fixed back bedroom. He hasn’t finished the bathroom area yet but has it marked out. It could be yours for $31,000! He’s currently near Austin.
This family converted a bus into an awesome skoolie home pre-2020, but life has changed, and they are ready to move it on to new owners! The conversion is almost complete (the bathroom still needs work), and features a bunk space for a child, a fixed queen bed, and then a couch that converts into a guest sleeping area.
There’s a wood-burning stove, a kitchen complete with an oven/stovetop, a large fridge, and a spacious countertop area. It’s decorated with cool wood tones and greys, and is at home in Colorado for now. They’re asking $50k. What do you think?
This is Keri’s bus, a 1999 Freightliner FS65 that she’s now selling for $65,000. The bus was made into a home by Yetibusbuild LLC in 2019, and the interior is absolutely stunning.
With 29′ of length, it features a spacious open concept, with the living room and kitchen taking up the front of the bus, and a comfortable private bedroom in the back. The bathroom includes a composting toilet and a shower stall.
Keri has done a lovely job of detailing everything the bus includes, which you can read in detail after the photo tour! You can also see the buses’ travels on Instagram here. To contact Keri with offers, email her at [email protected] or text/call 415-317-1912. Right now she’s making her way down the West Coast, starting in Spokane, Boise, Reno, then on to San Francisco via Sacramento.
You could hit the road tomorrow in this off-grid 1989 Chevy Carpenter bus conversion for sale in Kansas City, Arkansas. The home on wheels includes a queen-sized bedroom in the back, a twin couch bed, and all the off-grid appliances you need like a pellet stove and composting toilet.
The electric can hook up to shore power as well, for convenience, and you’ll get the mini-fridge and Cuisinart cooktop included in the $35,000 asking price. The tires are in good shape and the vehicle (with 160k miles) still runs fine. What do you think?
This is a 203 sq. ft. Off-Grid New Hampshire Skoolie Cabin that’s for sale right now.
I’ve never seen a school bus conversion with such a fun rustic/cabin interior, but I love it! The exterior hunter green paint really adds to the “New Hampshire” feel. The couple that built it is looking to downsize, so now you can enjoy their hard work! And like with most skoolies, this one has a ground floor bedroom, so no stairs and no lofts.
Get the contact information for the seller and more details below the pictures. Enjoy!
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