I've got a static caravan on my land. It's in an idyllic position and easy for hooking up to services. The previous owner bought it new back in 2003 , with the aim of knocking down the little farmhouse and building a MacMansion with swimming pool
It has never once been lived in,,, has a living room, kitchen , 2 bathrooms and two bedrooms. And has two doors!
It's in perfect condition except the livingroom seating got trashed by two terriers digging for fun when they lived there for a few days!
I don't want to remove it as the height on a low loader will damage a tunnel of trees.
I don't particularly want to go to work with the angle grinder, as the caravan has permission and is on a map of the title deeds and so is allowed to be there...
So my thoughts are Tiny House!
The windows in the bedrooms are flimsy rubbish, so would need replaced or improved.. I thought of ripping out the built in furniture, installing a wooden floor and wood burner, insulating with sheeps wool. The scoured sheeps wool is free as it's scrap from my business and the woodburner is sitting in the shed!
I need to do all of this on a
budget,,, shoestring! I then thought of renting it out as cheap as chips accomodation, or giving it to someone in return for a half day per week help around the land.
My DIY skills are limited to ripping out, preparing and cleaning... I suppose I could manage to lay flooring at an absolute push.
Does anyone have any idea how cheaply I could do this? Any thoughts on how to do this?