For most people traveling on a Greyhound bus, the journey usually involves squeezing into cracked polyurethane seating for uncomfortably long periods of time. But that’s not the case for Jessie Lipskin, who transformed an old 1966 Greyhound bus into a shockingly sophisticated and spacious tiny home on wheels. Now, in this new space, the name Greyhound has become synonymous with tiny home living in comfort and style.

Lipskin revealed to Apartment Therapy that years of living in New York City inspired her to commit to the tiny home lifestyle. Little by little, she began to get rid of superfluous possessions, until everything she owned could fit in a suitcase.

living space with hardwood floors and white walls
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The next step was finding her perfect tiny home, which turned out to be a 1966 GMC Commuter Greyhound bus she found on eBay. According to Lipskin, she chose the bus because “The Greyhound’s classic body style and great condition made the perfect fit for a beautiful tiny home conversion.”

interior of bus with seats
kitchen space with hardwood floors

After gutting the interior, she installed beautiful new hardwood flooring throughout the space. The interior of the bus was painted all white, which opens up the tiny house tremendously. Additionally, the bus’s original windows were left in place to flood the interior with natural light. LED lighting with dimmers was installed throughout the interior to provide a serene ambiance.

hallway leading to bedroom
bedroom with bed and closet and seating space

Lipskin mapped out a new floor plan for the tiny home that includes a large living area and a full-sized bath, as well as two sleeping areas that comfortably sleep up to four people. Additionally, three large closets were installed – a rarity in such a compact space.

two pictures hanging on a wall
white kitchen with wooden countertop and oven

The tiny home’s kitchen is equipped with ample wooden counter space, as well as an oven and stove top. An energy-efficient washing machine and dryer also fit into the kitchen, along with an instant hot-water heater and propane tank. There is ample storage to keep the space clutter-free.

kitchen storage cupboard
living space with white walls and a painting

It took Lipskin three years to create her custom tiny home on wheels, and the result is incredible. However, she has since decided to put the bus up for sale in order to travel internationally. The tiny house is currently listed on Craigslist for $149,000.

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Via Apartment Therapy

Photos via Jessie Lipskin

white kitchen with large sink
white bedroom with persian rug
upclose photo of kitchen cupboard doors
window with books
bathroom sink and a window
old bus being painted white
all white wooden seating nook