The kitchen is fully functional with lots of storage. The dining table hinges to fold against the wall making the already open space across from the couch even MORE open.
The large RV windows (double pane and tinted) add great natural light into the bus. It typically sleeps three (two adults and one child) but has the option to sleep two more on the couch when it is folded out.
The bathroom has a tub/shower, composting toilet with urine diverter, and a small vanity sink. There is ample storage in the sleeping area as well for clothing between the two closets (folded wardrobe and hanging closet) and the storage that is inside of the cherry staircase. There is also a “garage” accessible from the outside back of the bus, along with two other exterior storage boxes.
This Fully converted off grid skoolie is listed for $ 75000.
“This off grid bus conversion has been our home for over three years and taken us to over half of the states! We custom built this bus to be our full time home so it is built sturdy and with great quality and craftsmanship. We raised the roof 20″ which gives you almost 8′ of head room below the unique blue coffered ceiling.” says Rachel, Owner
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