London-based adventurous couple, Anita Stratton and Lee Shaw, is the proud owner of this adorable scooterhome. It is Britain’s smallest caravan that’s made from the shell of an old Soviet-built mototrolley that was used in ‘70s by farmers to carry their produce to market.
In order to build this mobile home for two, the original trailer that sat on the back was removed and further replaced by a custom-built two berth caravan. The resulting mobile home boasts a turquoise and white scooter that tows the elliptical caravan to different locations.
This tiny caravan comes complete with a mini kitchen and a bed. The bed can accommodate two people and also has shelving units for extra storage. On the other hand, the built-in kitchen comes equipped with a tiny gas cooker. Hence, there are almost all basic facilities that are required in a mini caravan.
The Scooterhome was earlier spotted and bought by businessman Nassim Taleb, from Halifax in West Yorkshire. After using it for a while, Talib decided to sell it online. Anita Stratton and Lee Shaw have bought it on eBay for £7,500 (approx. US $9,842).
On their dream caravan, now the couple enjoys a nomadic lifestyle and hopes to travel various places. We personally liked eye-catching design, as well as utilities offered by this tiny scooterhome.
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