Justin built this vardo wagon to take skiing and visiting friends, but knee issues stopped the skiing, and he wants to use the money from the sale to build his retirement dream tiny home on wheels! The little camper has a Dickenson marine fireplace, 50-watt solar panel, LED lights, and a 1000 watt inverter.
Inside you’ll find a dinette that converts to a 44″x78″ bed and a small sink with one and a half-gallon water jug that drains into a bucket. Justin is asking $16,500 for the vardo.
This is a tiny house with history! Built sometime in the 1920s or 30s, this caravan/vardo has been in Doug’s family for generations. It’s very simple with a green canvas exterior, wooden frame, and old iron trailer, and in the right hands, it could be brought back to its former glory.
Doug is looking for someone who appreciates the history to purchase it, as illness keeps him from being able to care for it. It sure looks like an awesome piece of the past!
This is a lightweight Gypsy Wagon that’s for sale in Russiaville, IN from Woolywagons.
The beautiful handcrafted tiny home weighs just 3,300 lbs. (towable by most SUVs) and has everything you need for full-time living including a pull-out dry-flush toilet inside and a shower on the front porch! It’s currently on sale for $10,000 less than the listing price, so call today if you want it!
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The Trillium Caravan is a sleeper camper in the traditional style of the 19th Century English vardo, built by master woodworker Jim Tolpin.
Jim says, “It is impeccably detailed in hand-hewn wood and steel fabricated to the highest highway-worthy standards. One needn’t sacrifice the beauty of traditional materials and antique fixtures for modern convenience.”
The interior offers ample seating–and comfortably sleeps two adults in a queen-size bed. There are beautiful stained glass windows in the front and back of the wagon to allow sunlight to come in.
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