Mobile Homes: Spend the Night in Nashville's Sweetest Vintage Camper for $95

Lily di Costanzo
Curbed
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Joining the ranks of the great many vintage campers primed to edge out micro homes as the internet's favorite tiny housing option is Nashville's most lovable—and perhaps only—restored 1960's camper rental, which asks just $95 a night on Airbnb. Designed by a local author who wanted a backyard writing retreat, the petite trailer was originally "festooned in Budweiser paraphernalia" and desperately in need of a gut-renovation that included custom-built storage units, a slick coat of white paint, and even a cleared-out nook for a bed and petite kitchen.

The backyard oasis also makes room for a wooden deck, hammock, bathhouse, and outdoor shower. In other words, its heaven for less than $100. Take a look.

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