Prepare to Be Amazed by the Stunning Transformation of a 1950 Double-Decker! Take a Glimpse of the Stunning Interior!

In the 1950s, it was unimaginable that this double-decker bus would one day be transformed into a cozy living space.

But it went on a long trip before it retired. Initially, a bus catered to the needs of commuters in Manchester, UK. After that, it made its way to San Francisco and eventually ended up at Mt. St. Helens, where it was used for guided tours.

When it wasn’t being used, Matt bought it and turned it into a food truck. For nine years, the Grilled Cheese Grill in Portland, Oregon gained quite a reputation.

Whit Scott purchased the property for $8,000 and, with the assistance of family members, converted it into a cozy tiny home over a span of five months. The entire project cost approximately $22,000.

Scott takes great pride in the current appearance of his tiny home and has been successfully renting it on Airbnb since August.

The interior features a compact kitchenette equipped with a microwave and mini fridge, a cozy sitting area covered with charming paintings, a petite yet charming bathroom complete with a shower, sink, and composting toilet, and an upstairs bedroom boasting a comfortable queen-sized bed.

Scott and his father built a cozy patio for guests to enjoy.

Scott, who previously worked with computers, made a life-changing decision to transition into renovating airstreams, proudly embracing the title of a «tiny house maker.»

Scott and his double-decker bus are both thriving in their newfound lifestyles!

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