This 1976 Airstream was masterfully converted into a mountain-modern studio. We were on the road for one summer after renovation before making her a full time AirBnB tiny house. Current seasonal revenue is $30,000 from April to October. She has been good to us, however the Missoula County zoning office thought it was a little too good for their liking and shut us down with a zoning violation. Check your local laws. Since we are here to stay, we have decided to move on. We have $90K in her but with three AirBnB seasons under our belt we figure she is paid for, not to mention there are a ton of little “odds and ends” on the outside to get her totally minted. She’s an old gal but beautiful and a lot of life left to live. Priced to sell.
California King Purple Mattress
Farmhouse Sink with Sprayer
Custom Walnut Countertops
Stand up Shower
MINTED ’76 AIRSTREAM: Welcome to living tiny! Our little guesthouse is the perfect place for a couple or single to relax and recharge while watching Montana sunsets and sunrises.
Enjoy luxurious camping vibes with great amenities. Amazing river views and access from the property— just minutes away from Missoula’s premier recreation area, Blue Mountain, and close to everything in Missoula.
Warm and ready for the Montana winter! This heated space has plenty of hot coffee, tea, and blankets. Cozy up to the indoor fireplace and enjoy the magical Montana winter wonderland!
NEIGHBORHOOD: Our tiny guest house is located on 7.5 acres in a residential neighborhood 400 feet from the main house but private. The houses are spread out and there are plenty of beautiful pastures and mountain views. Great part of town! Just 6mi to downtown and close to all Missoula amenities. Uber and Uber Eats services the area and will deliver directly to the door!
Please feel free to park in the driveway next to the Airstream and come and go as you please. You won’t bother anyone in the main house. The Airstream feels private and has its own space.
The patio has a gas fireplace and some outdoor furniture to enjoy the sunsets or sunrises with a cup of coffee.
Other things to note
The hot water heater is “tiny-house” sized, so make sure you are ready for that hot shower before turning the water on. The Airstream is 43 years old but still has a lot of life to live! Have a comfortable stay and enjoy this tiny guesthouse on our main property.
4GLTE coverage and WiFi on site
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