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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.

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The “Royal Scott” Is Looking for a New Owner

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Well, we have never seen this before! A double-decker coach bus turned into a full-time home for a family of 8. This dad was tired of missing out on his kids’ childhoods chasing money to pay for the “good life.” After a family vacation to Utah, he and his wife decided to take his software work remotely and find a way to travel full-time.

So they bought a double-decker coach bus and with the help of a professional company turned it into the most incredible home complete with 6 bunk beds, a convertible bed/bedroom for mom & dad, two bathrooms, and one shower! While the video below shows off the home before they started their cross-country tour, Instagram reveals they’ve been loving #buslife since this was shot.

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Six bunks, Two Bathrooms, One Shower & a Roof-Top Deck!


Images via Tiny Home Tours

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Now, this is a fun family project! Roberto and Silvia, along with their daughters Martina and Mayla, transformed a beat-up double-decker London bus (for sale in Italy) into their gorgeous summer home complete with a large porch for eating and relaxing.

The bus is just over 26 feet long and is about 15.5 feet tall. The bottom floor houses their kitchen and living room, while upstairs there’s a full bathroom and two bedrooms: One with bunks for the girls, and another with a queen bed for the couple. All-in-all they spent about $20,000 USD ($18,000 EUR) on the renovation. It’s such a great example of reusing, and creates a super unique home!

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Family of Four Summers in this Double Decker London Bus Transformation!

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