She has been named «Noelle» after the first owner’s rambunctious and active toddler who enjoys many of the recreational activities prefered in beautiful Oregon. This Airstream excels at offering a full range of freedom – seeking options, whether it is for docking off the grid in a tranquil seaside setting, welcoming your guests with style or an AirBnB rental on your own property. However you look at this, this beauty is ready for an adventure, YOUR adventure!
Designed by HofArc Architect in California and restored by a vintage trailer professional, this unit was bought by a local Okanagan Winemaker in British Columbia in 2006. Very gently used, it is in great condition!
The inclosed rear bedroom has a new double size memory foam bed. She has a fully operational renovated bathroom. The original kitchen is in great running order with all the original cabinets. New bamboo counters and bamboo flooring was added for a touch of modernism.
All of the electrical, plumbing and HVAC systems have been inspected by a qualified vintage restoration company, and are in proper working condition or have been replaced new. There’s ample storage, sleeping spaces, and dining options for a family of up to four.
The greatest amenity may well be the confidence of knowing that the interior work has been designed and managed by HofArc’s designers, and produced by a vintage RV pro with more than 30 years of recreational vehicle service experience.
Every piece is functional and lots of it is still original! The heating and cooling system works. And obvisouly, the exterior is shinny as it can be!
Custom carbonized bamboo counters in living room, kitchen, bathroom and bedroom.
New air conditioner.
New vessel sink and faucet in bathroom.
New double size memory foam mattress.
New flip up hydraulic bed lift.
All new window screens and compartment door locks.
All new window seals.
New solar panel and change controller.
New custom-engineered bamboo hardwood floors.
New in-line water filter in kitchen.
Pre-wired for stereo and 4-speakers.
Central vacuum system.
New recycled tile backsplash in kitchen.
Newly painted exterior base and new tongue jack.
New pull down privacy blinds.
Airstream’s signature blue striped ZipDee awnings are on the driver and passenger sides, and pull down shades on all windows for ample privacy and cooling shade.
The hitch has been inspected and reconditioned, electric brakes and road lights are all functioning properly, the exterior skin is in excellent condition, and has been polished to a mirror shine.
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