A Retired Boeing 727 Converted Into a Home in the Woods

A Retired Boeing 727 Converted Into a Home in the Woods home forests airplanes

photo courtesy airplanehome.com

A Retired Boeing 727 Converted Into a Home in the Woods home forests airplanes

still from the video by Even Quach

A Retired Boeing 727 Converted Into a Home in the Woods home forests airplanes

photos by John Brecher

A Retired Boeing 727 Converted Into a Home in the Woods home forests airplanes

photo by John Brecher

A Retired Boeing 727 Converted Into a Home in the Woods home forests airplanes

photo by John Brecher

A Retired Boeing 727 Converted Into a Home in the Woods home forests airplanes

photo courtesy airplanehome.com

A Retired Boeing 727 Converted Into a Home in the Woods home forests airplanes

still from the video by Even Quach

A Retired Boeing 727 Converted Into a Home in the Woods home forests airplanes

still from the video by Even Quach

A Retired Boeing 727 Converted Into a Home in the Woods home forests airplanes

still from the video by Even Quach

A Retired Boeing 727 Converted Into a Home in the Woods home forests airplanes

photo by John Brecher

A Retired Boeing 727 Converted Into a Home in the Woods home forests airplanes

still from the video by Even Quach

A Retired Boeing 727 Converted Into a Home in the Woods home forests airplanes

photo by John Brecher

When most people board a plane they’re usually leaving home. But not if you’re Bruce Campbell, an innovative engineer who rejected the standards of traditional housing and decided to engage his flight of fancy. He purchased a retired Boeing 727, complete with wings and landing gear, for about $220,000 and situated it in a suburban wooded area outside Portland, Oregon. After many years of work the plane is now a makeshift home with electricity, a shower and kitchen. It’s like a young boy’s dream come true!

Want your own airplane home? “You need to acquire two things: An airliner, and suitable land to host it.” Well, it may not be quite that simple but Campbell has a how-to guide on his webpage to shed light on the process. According to the Aircraft Fleet Recycling Association (AFRA) there will be 500 – 600 aircrafts retired annually over the next two decades. That’s 10,000 – 12,000 potentially new aircraft homes coming on the market. Better start making plans now! (via Bored Panda and Huffington Post)

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