Make Our Home, Your Home!
We absolutely love our custom built skoolie. This is our first home together, and it was not an easy decision to decide to place this ad on the market. As we have come to find, over the last 4 years, there are many many roads out there, and so many we have yet to explore. Unfortunately, it might be time to turn over the keys to someone who desires to explore the many roads we have, while we explore some new ones that lie ahead in our lives. The choice to list was simply out of love.
We love our bus so much, we do not want to see it sit and deteriorate. We love our bus so much, we would rather see her on the road exploring the world and taking a loving family on an amazing journey to see and experience the amazing culture that is BusLife. It would be too selfish to keep her parked just so we can take her out from time to time. She loves to go! That being said, we never named her. She is yours for the naming! Let me introduce you to ___________:
-Mint Frost paint on body
-Henry’s Tropi-Cool on the roof
-320 Watt solar panels on roof
-Two AC units
-Roof top storage space with/latter
-Bumper storage deck w/3500 watt brand new generator
-7 gallon Diesel and Gas gerry cans on right side
-Two storage bays (one on each side)
-75 gallon grey tank
-65 gallon fresh water tank
-12.2 gallon propane tank (mounted under with access panel on right side)
-Outdoor water spigot (convenient for rinsing off! not linked to hot water!)
-Rear hitch for tow vehicle
-Front hitch with 2 bike bike rack
-Screens on all windows
-Three rooftop emergency hatches (still functioning)
-Side emergency door (still functioning)
-Back emergency door (still accessible and functioning when generator is out of the way)
-50amp electrical hookup (with 30am converter)
-City water hookup
-Dump drain with open/close valve
-All New Tires purchased in 2021
-Coolant reservoir sight glass has leak when running hot.
-Air compressor valve needs replaced
-Engine (5.9L Cummins) and transmission (Allison MD3060) run beautifully!
– Brakes/shocks recently checked out as good!
-Chalk board wall by the steps
-Outdoor rug on steps
-Two ceiling hooks for chair hammock (one of my favorite parts!)
-Two level shoe rack with top storage/decorative area
-Two shelves on either side of living room and dinette
-Wood burning fire place (Cubic Mini Cub stove with a Tiny Wood Stoves flue system)
-Hearth is built with double layers of backer board and a custom heat shield on the stove. Never have had problems with heat or burning. Just don’t forget to move the curtain!
-Copper pipe curtain rods
-Curtains on all windows
-Contained diesel heater (with vent) under couch
-Long storage drawer under couch
-Dinette table that goes up and down
-Dinette chairs with storage under
-23 in TV in living room
-L-shaped kitchen counter/cabinets
-Butcher block counters
-Upper cabinet storage
-Propane 3 burner stove and oven
– Two-person pebble shower with white plank walls. dual shower head
-Propane on demand water heater
-Separate area for Nature’s Head compost toilet
-Storage vanity in toilet area. White plank (same as shower) finished walls.
-Custom sized master bed out of 8 in memory foam (less than full, bigger than twin)
-Cubby storage boxes under bed for clothing
-32 in TV
-Under bed storage (water lines and surflo water pump are under the bed as well) Manually lift up bed
-Electrical closet housing 3 AGM batteries and inverter for solar and breaker box
-Catch all closet with some storage bins and for larger things
-Shelf above bed
-Emergency hatch above bed conveniently located by the storage rack on the roof ;)
-Storage bench/coat rack
-Back room built for kids/teens/extra hangout space
-Twin XXL bed with a trundle mattress
-Lift up bed for 5 inch deep storage
-32 in TV
-Custom collapsible desk/table
-Storage closet with chalkboard door
-Under the closet has a diesel heater (We have disconnected it as we found we have no need for it. It does work but has a small leak in the line. Should be repaired before use.)
-Storage bin for personal items
-We had our Cha-Weenie inside and all over- so definitely dog friendly!
-Be mindful of temperature. All of our waterlines are outside and subject to freezing temps, but finding leaks is very easy! (We haven’t had any yet! Yay!)
-All windows go down EXCEPT 3rd window on the right. It goes down- but you’ll have a fun time getting it back up!
-Lots of room for your homey-touches and changes. Room for making it as comfortable for you as it was for us.
-10 Photos is simply not enough! If you would like to see more, please reach out and we can accommodate all that we can!