This beautiful 1978 31’ Airstream Sovereign has been transformed into a cozy home. Distressed wood throughout, creates a cozy cabin feel. Imagine a cozy night lying in bed with the ambient light from the fireplace lighting up the room. It would make a great home for those seeking the tiny home life. Or this unique Airstream would make the perfect vacation rental, skip the expensive home renovation and park this cozy airstream on your property.
Renovating this Airstream took a few years to complete, we did not spare any expense or cut corners. We did a full renovation from the frame up. The only thing that is original is the frame and aluminum skins, everything else has been replaced. There is too much to list but below is a brief description of the renovation
All rust grinded off and painted with POR-15
Rear frame reinforced
All hatches have been removed to prevent leaking
Rear frame gap has been fixed (known problem with older airstreams)
Aluminum polished (~85% complete,)
Old red/blue paint replaced with matt black paint
Tank valves relocated into bumper
Aluminum skins sealed from inside to prevent leaking
New underbelly aluminum
New 3500# dexter axles
Several windows were removed to reseal
New black Dometic air conditioner
All new Maxxair fans with smoked lid
New Black TV antenna
Wired for CAT5e and COAX
After 3 renovations… we finally have the perfect layout
Under the bed is tons of storage, which includes a shoe drawer that can fit close to ten pairs of shoes
Under the countertop is storage for firewood or doubles as a work station with a barstool
Mini Cubic Grizzly wood fire stove (save on propane, this little stove heats the entire AS!)
Acacia butcherblock countertops
Apartment size fridge/freezer
Table can fit 6 with an extra chair
Table seconds as a bed for two
Storage underneath benches
Subway backsplash tile
Splendide washer/dryer combo
Closed cell spray foam insulation
New 12v and 120v wiring (30a hookup)
Tankless water heater (unlimited hot showers!!)
All screens replaced
Located in Duvall,WA
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