This couple is selling their newly-built 28-foot tiny house on wheels so that they can fund their travels around the world. According to the listing, they just finished building the tiny house a couple of months ago, but it turns out that they are not ready to settle down in it. So it’s for sale for $28k. The wife designed it, and he built it.
The house comes with a new refrigerator, live-edge countertops, large bathtub with antique faucet, full bathroom, loft above the bath, queen mattress, large windows, AC, sliding barn door for the bathroom, and more!
This is a 1995 City Bus to Motorhome Conversion that’s for sale for $32,875 in Atlanta, Georgia. It’s a 1995 Gilling High Floor Phantom Transit Bus that served Salt Lake City and was retired around 2010, according to the listing. The current owner bought it in May 2018 and has converted it into an RV.
The plan was to rent it out on Airbnb for extra income, but that did not work out because of a business partner so now it’s up for sale. The bus is 40-feet long and 8-feet wide. It has six new tires, a brand new interior, and new engine and transmission since 2006. There are 480,000 miles on the odometer.
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40-Foot City Bus to Motorhome Conversion for $33,000 out of Atlanta, Georgia
This is a tiny rock cabin on 5 acres that’s for sale in Lexington, Georgia for $75,000 according to the listing on Tiny Home Builders. It was built in 1998 and offers 340-square-feet of space. Unfortunately, the cabin does need approximately $20,000 worth of repairs.
From this location, you’re fifteen miles away from Athens, Georgia. There is a stream, lots of trees, and plenty of wildlife on the property like deer, fox, rabbits, turkey, and more.
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Asha Mevlana is an electric violinist with the Trans Siberian Orchestra who is used to life on tour but wanted a solid place to call home. This incredible tiny house is constructed on foundations but is joined by a mobile music studio on wheels, which also doubles as a practice space as well as performance venue.1
So what do you think of Asha’s tiny home? How well would it work for you? What would you change about it to make it perfect for you?
Musician Creates Tiny Cabin with Traveling Music Studio Tiny House Joined Together With a Beautiful Outdoor Deck
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