A MAN has taken people on a tour of his converted double-decker coach where he lives with his family.
In the video, he shows off the fact it has indoor and outdoor showers and even a roof terrace with hammocks.
The video was uploaded to Youtube by @TinyHomeTours and viewers are surprised at how beautiful it looks.
Dane Eyerley, 35, a father of six, lives with his family in the converted double-decker they designed and built.
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Right by the front door is Dane's office, which has a computer on which he does all his work once parked up.
Next to the office, Dane installed the kitchen area with a massive fridge and freezer.
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They decided to have two ceramic hobs and an oven to cook their favourite meals.
The motor home has massive windows that provide the house on wheels with a lot of natural light during the day.
Having dinner together is important to the family, so next to the kitchen, they have a table with two benches with enough space for eight people.
Up a staircase and on the second floor, they have a full-size walk-in shower.
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But during the warmer months, Dane has installed an exterior shower for the motorhome too.
Surprisingly, they also have a washing machine and dryer inside to ensure they're fully off-grid.
The kids share a room on the second floor, all sleeping on bunk beds.
Moving to the front part of the second floor, Dane built a study space for his kids.
If you were wondering where Dane and his wife sleep, their king-size bed flips up and converts the study into their bedroom.
They also have a sun terrace on the roof where they have all the solar panels and when it's sunny, they sometimes sunbathe in hammocks.
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