For sale $69,500
This is our off-grid RV that we lived in for almost a year. Before setting off on our journey we took on a two month renovation to create a comfortable and bright space.
This all started when we decided we needed a break from the busyness of life. We wanted to break away from the noise and spend some much needed time on the road and in nature.
50 Gallon freshwater 28 Gallon gray water tank 22 Gallon black water tank 55 Gallon gas tank 6 Gallon propane water heater 20,000 BTU Propane Furnace 13,500 BTU Roof Air Conditioner 16 Gallon (60 lb) Propane tank 30 Amp electric connection
Off Grid Features
600W Solar Panels (3x 200W) 3kWh Lion Energy Safari ME Li-Po Solar Generator Battery Large Composting Toilet - Separett Villa Weboost Drive Reach RV Cell Signal Booster King WiFi booster SiriusXM Satellite Antenna and Receiver Onboard propane tank Cummins Onan RV QG 4000 Gas Generator
Drinking water hose Black tank hose Leveling blocks Mirror mounted backup camera NuWave Induction CookTop (brand new) Convection Toaster Oven (brand new) 6 Gallon Emergency Water jug
While the layout of the RV is one of the best in our opinion, the finishing touches were what really dated the space and made it feel dirty and grimy–we re-upholstered the cushions and cut down the booth by 9 inches to create more aisle space.
We really wanted to let in more light and have privacy so we installed a rod and light-filtering curtain to separate the cab from the living space. We replaced the old brown window coverings with simple, white curtains.
To make it feel more modern we added a silver vinyl decal to the refrigerator, replaced the old surfaces with butcher block and removed the gas stove for more counter space.
We also replaced the original small kitchen sink with a deep stainless-steel sink and a full-sized faucet equipped with a two-stage water filter system with a separate drinking water faucet.
For good measure, we installed a Peel ‘n Stick tile backsplash, banana hammock, paper towel holder and spice rack. A brand new NuWave induction cooktop and a brand new convection toaster oven are included.
In the bathroom, we replaced the standard door with a curtain. This, in addition to custom building the bathroom cabinet, allowed more space for the Separett composting toilet.
There were already existing waste tank ventilation pipes so we tapped into those and installed a fan (where the pipe comes out of the roof) to create consistent airflow to vent the composting toilet.
This makes it smell way less (really none at all) compared to having a regular RV toilet. The original toilet was a standard flushable one and required the use of water to flush as well as mixed liquids and solids in the black tank.
With our setup, only the liquids go to the black tank with the solids staying in the composting bin (lined with a compost bag). This allows for more time off-grid and less time looking for a dump station.
At just under 26 feet, the RV is still very maneuverable and is not much longer than a pickup truck. A SiriusXM antenna and receiver were installed to allow music to played anywhere even when there’s no cell signal.
It has all the features needed to live fully off-grid such as a huge freshwater tank, generator, composting toilet and a large propane tank. With solar panels and cell signal boosters, it’s great for remote work and staying connected.
The RV is ideal for 2 people with the main queen bed but can sleep up to 5 including the loft and sofa.
There’s a TV in the loft and we also mounted a TV monitor in the bedroom that you can plug your phone or computer to.
Keeping with modern amenities, we installed a drink and phone holder by the bed and mounted an electric mini fan (can be aimed at the bed or toward the living area).
Other updates include new flooring and a fresh coat of paint to modernize and open up the space. There’s plenty of storage inside and out with a decently sized refrigerator and freezer to stay off-grid for weeks.
We lived in the RV for 8 months full-time before retiring it to storage. Since then, we’ve made a few additional updates to ensure the next owner can begin their adventure right away.
If you are interested in this RV, visit the official listing on RVT.com