Come visit this 1954 trailer inside a gigantic loft and the king size bed within

A home within a home in Los Angeles - this 1954 Aloha trailer has been totally restored and plopped right inside a gigantic loft. This loft space is funky and fun - packed with multiple seating areas and hangout spaces. And while the trailer might just look like another awesome piece of art packed inside this downtown loft in the Arts District it's much more than that.
This trailer isn't just a statement piece - you can actually rent it out next time you're in town. It boasts all the 50's originals like the wooden cabinets, kitchen, and parquet floor. They've done such a wonderful job restoring it to it's natural beauty - you might not want to leave.
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The trailer sits in its own little spot inside this massive 6,000 square foot L.A. loft in the art district. It even comes with it's own park bench, and little patch of green.
Inside, it's been totally restored to its 1954 charm. There's original cabinets that shine golden, and a big beautiful vintage stovetop to swoon over.
The bedroom is tucked away in the back, and it's pretty big for such a tiny Safari - that's a king-sized bed!
Overhead there's lots of extra storage, and you can easily pull back the curtains for some privacy.
Across the room is an entire eating area that looks just as great as it did coming out of the showroom. We love the original parquet floors and the laminate countertops because they not only look great - but transport you right back in time.
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