I spent £17,000 renovating one-bedroom home – now it can be yours for just £15 | The Sun

A HANDYWOMAN who spent £17,000 converting a London bus into a stunning one-bedroom home is raffling it off for just £15 per ticket.

Hayley Rowson, 31, spent months kitting out the number 15 double decker after buying it for just £3,000.

The iconic red bus in Flintshire, North Wales displays the destinations "Tower of London" and "Trafalgar Square" on the front.

It comes kitted out with solar panels and beautifully furnished rooms.

The lower deck has been turned into a kitchen and living area.

It boasts a log burner, gas cooker and even a Belfast sink.


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Meanwhile, the top deck features a king-sized bed and a tiled bathroom, complete with a fitted Victorian bath.

The new home also has radiators and a boiler, while the solar panels allow for off-gird living.

Hayley, who is also an OnlyFans creator, bought the bus as a project because she has "money to play with" in April last year.

She is now giving potential new owners the chance to win her labour of love for just £15 in a raffle.

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Hayley said: "I’ve done another project before, so I had the kitchen and the boiler already.

"I’ve learned so much from doing it. I feel like I can do anything with building and things now.

"Whoever it goes to, they’ve only potentially spent £15 so whatever they do with it, I’m sure they will love it."

She added that she wants to see the bus lived in or used as an AirBnb.

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Meanwhile, she has begun work on converting a horsebox in a similar way.

As if winning the amazing project wasn't enough, the lucky raffle winner will also receive £1,000 cash to go towards transporting the bus to a new location.

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