Someone Turned A Washington Bus Into A Tiny House & You Can Buy It For $53K
It even comes with a tiny walk-in closet. 😮
There's something therapeutic about watching before and after renovations. The off-grid living trend brought home makeovers into a whole new light because you could convert anything from an RV to shipping containers to a cozy, sustainable dwelling. If you're an adventurer who loves that life, this unique tiny house in Washington is perfect because it's actually a bus!
According to the listing from Port Townsend, the original bus — a 1987 Ford B600, was fully gutted and rebuilt to create a cool 1.5 story living area.
And for $53,000, you can literally take the home with you.
Although its yellow accents will remind you of the school bus that it is, the interiors of the 150 square foot space exude rustic charm.
Its walls and ceilings are made of salvaged old-growth redwood and Texas pecan hardwood. The rafters are custom cut-and-carved too.
There's a lofted bedroom with a bay window to take in the sights. There's another loft that you can even convert it into a meditation, reading or a private space for your guests.
The house on wheels comes with a full kitchen with a skylight and a foldaway dining table.
It is fully equipped with an antique sink, propane/electric fridge, a wood stove, a cast-iron stovetop, and an oven.
It even comes with a pie cooling shelf to feed into your baking needs.
There are more thoughtful touches that'll excite you — like a walk-in closet with two rods and shelves, and a deck that you can fold out for those BBQs that you're bound to throw this summer. Talk about luxe living!
And you'd be surprised just how much fits into this space too.
It comes with custom cabinetry in the loft and storage in the entryway.
There's even a bench seat with additional space and a couch with a full unit of storage drawers underneath. The bus is also fitted with a storage locker under it.
As if the fact that you can drive around with your home isn't alluring enough, it's also off-grid ready.
Meaning, although it has electricity, it can run on solar power too. The listing also mentions a compostable toilet.
If you ever wanted to feed your adventurer's soul, ais probably the perfect gift to give it.
Unique Tiny House on Wheels
Address: Port Townsend, WA