This is “The Manor” built for Gemma and Darryl by HouseBox, a handcrafted horsebox-conversion builder in England.
We asked House-Box to convert our 1989 Layland DAF Roadrunner in to a liveable space for us to use as our touring home while we travel with our circus. House-Box took our ideas and created a beautiful home far beyond our expectations. Their use of natural light and design has made a relatively small space into a fully functioning home with plenty of storage and all the comforts a home should have. They fitted fantastic electrics and plumbing including 3 large solar panels and a gas heating pump for hot water. I would recommend the company for any type of conversion. Beautiful craftsmanship with plenty of vision and thought put into each design.
We love our home x Gemma and Darryl x
And yes, there’s even a bathroom! Watch the video tour to get all the details and find the builder’s contact information below.
The Manor: Gemma and Darryl’s HouseBox
Fold-down back deck for relaxing or performing.
Lofted bed and it just need cushions for the bench seating.
Lovely tile-work in the kitchen. Great windows on the door.
The blue kettle makes the space. Wood burning stove.
Video: House Box #2 “The Manor”
Like this horsebox conversion? Want one of your own? Get in touch with HouseBox here!
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