At just 192 square feet, this Thomas school bus turned tiny house doesn’t provide much room. For those who care more about build quality and rustic looks though, the tight confines might be worth overlooking.
The seller says that the bus originally served the State of North Carolina, but was put out of service in 2013 with 181,000 original miles on its engine.
A raised roof provides more headroom – eight feet in fact!
Genuine oak flooring came from an old furniture factory.
The full kitchen includes a fridge and freezer, plus custom cherry cabinetry and a double-basin sink.
Sweet wood-burning stove.
The stove exhausts through the roof rather than through the side of the bus.
You can really see the roof extension in this photo of the driver’s area.
Front view of the bus.
Can’t see any seams!
Oh my gosh! I love this bus and its open, airy feel. I wish to God I had the $$$ to buy this and go traveling around the country.
While there’s no bathroom, you could rig a makeshift exterior gravity shower.
Occupying the form of a 1990 Chevrolet-Thomas school bus, this uncommon home offers an opportunity for simple, cozy living wherever one is needed.
It’s listed for $20,000 OBO and you can see more or contact the seller at Tiny House Listings.