If you’re in the market for a unique, mobile tiny house to call home, check out this quirky 1997 Thomas Built school-bus-to-mobile-home conversion. The 203 square foot cozy cabin on wheels is topped with solar panels, and it can be yours for a cool 24,900.
The old school bus was renovated in 2016 and it comes complete with a bedroom large enough for a queen sized bed and a comfortable living space that runs the length of the bus. We’re particularly impressed with the interior design. The interior is clad in beautiful cedar panels with a stain-resistant, heavy duty faux wood flooring. For the traveling foodie, the 6-foot kitchen countertop allows for plenty of cooking space. Floor-to-ceiling shelving in the bathroom and closet provide plenty of storage.
The bus is able to operate 100% off-grid thanks to its rooftop solar array. LED rope lights were installed throughout the space, and the bathroom has a composting toilet with diverter. A cast iron stove set on a brick hearth keeps the interior toasty in the winter months with additional help from custom-made insulated curtains that can be velcroed in place. The walls, ceiling and floor are also fully insulated, making it suitable for extreme cold or hot weather.
Photos via Tiny House Listings