Tiny homes are all the rage now, thanks to their minimal impact on the environment, promoting essentialism and, most importantly, costing a fraction of the price of a regular home. If that sounds interesting, check out this off the grid camper that’s tiny living exemplified!
Tiny Home Size
- 17.6’ long
- 6.6′ wide
- 11.5’ tall
Tiny Home Price
$100,000, located in Alamosa, CO.
Tiny Home Features
- With 69,000 miles on the road, it’s still relatively new, considering that the lifespan of a typical Ford E-series vehicle is upwards of 300,000 miles.
- With a composting toilet, an 800-watt solar panel, a 4800 watt-hour battery bank, and a 3500-watt inverter, this is truly an off the grid camper that needs no setup.
- The 75-square-foot roof deck keeps the footprint small while giving you a chance to enjoy a cup of fresh coffee in nature.
- A washer/dryer combo is almost essential for micro living, and is featured in this one.
On the outside, the olive green hues contrast starkly with the hardwood inside, but looks great nonetheless. A total of $60,000 has been invested when building this camper, which includes 6 tires, 4 motorhome performance shocks, 2 suspension air springs, and much more!
Head inside to find yourself in a big space that appropriately distributes its square footage between the kitchenette and the living area. To the right, you’ll find the cooking area with a Furrion 17-inch oven range, a Furrion 8 cu ft fridge with freezer, and a Torva sink basin and faucet. Plenty of countertop space and cabinetry remain for you to cook without feeling cramped.
The living area is minimalistic, featuring a small L-style couch but having space on the wall up front for a TV.
Take a couple of steps up (which also have storage underneath) and you’ll find yourself in the bedroom. Measuring 6 x 5 ftThe bed is almost as big as a queen, and should comfortably sleep two, while the skylight above is a nice bonus.
At the far end of the lower floor, lies the bathroom that includes all the standard fittings. Being an off the grid camper, you get an Ogo composting toilet instead of a standard one, along with a 65-gallon fresh water tank and a 45-gallon gray water tank.
If you still want to have a better look, the owner has a virtual tour available here. In a nutshell, if you’re in the market for a camper that lets you live off the land without sacrificing too much on creature comforts, this modified E350 is where it’s at!
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For more information about this off the grid camper, check out the complete listing in the Tiny House Marketplace. Make sure that you let them know that iTinyHouses.com sent you their way.