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Couple Buys Old Beat Up Truck, Turns It Into A Stunning 269-Sq-Ft Rustic Retreat On Wheels
Inside it feels like a luxurious cabin straight from a magazine.
Ashley Brewer
01.24.18

There are mobile homes — then there are mobile sanctuaries. This converted old truck most certainly falls into the latter category.

Meet Cspellina an old industrial Csepel truck that has been completely transformed into a log-cabin-inspired sanctuary. Csepel is a Hungarian automaker specializing in industrial, and the couple that took on this incredible feat wanted to pay tribute to the famous brand from their country.

After months of hard work, the Cspellina had come to life. A 269-sq-ft jawdropping Hungarian retreat.

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Cspellina via Blogspot

The Hungarian couple built their stunning sanctuary on the base frame of the old truck; and although the home is mobile, they decided to settle down in the beautiful garden grove of the Mokus Valley Resort in Hungary.

Stepping through the front door, you’d think you were just teleported into a luxurious log cabin.

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Csepllina via Blogspot

Looking toward one end of the truck-home, you’ll see the bedroom, seating area, and reading loft. The interior was built using all real wood, and the black steel beams are a gorgeous contrast to the wood’ naturally light color.

A closer look at the bedroom shows just how much space it really has to offer.

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Csepellina via Blogspot

The beautiful, rustic, handcrafted bed fits perfectly with all of the other wood surroundings. A round window up by the reading nook allow plenty of natural light to flow throughout the room.

To separate the bedroom from the kitchen and dining area, the couple built a small set of stairs.

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Csepellina via Blogspot

Notice the extremely unique, organically-shaped, handmade door. The stairs’ handrails beautifully match the arched ceiling’s dark steel beams.

While relaxing in the comfy seating area, you have stunning views nature surrounding the home, thanks to the large windows spanning the length of the house.

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Csepellina via Blogspot

From this view, you can catch a glimpse of the raised dining table in the small breakfast nook.

One look at the bathroom and you’ll find it hard to grasp that you’re in a home on wheels.

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Csepellina via Blogspot

The small but luxurious bathroom features a small sink, toilet, and large comfortable shower — all surrounded by brushed stainless steel. The reclaimed wood floors can be seen in this room of the home as well.

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Csepellina via Blogspot

Judging by elements in the home such as the bathroom mirror and the built-in storage above the toilet, it’s clear that no detail was left thought out.

At the other end of the truck-home, you’ll find a fully-equipped kitchen with natural wood counters and the same brushed stainless steel as the bathroom.

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Csepellina via Blogspot

The kitchen boasts a four-burner range, small fridge, sink, plenty of counter space, and built-in shelving above for pots, pans, and dishes. The decorative piece on the wall serves as storage for cooking utensils.

The breakfast nook has a one-of-a-kind ‘yin-yang’ inspired dining table.

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Csepellina via Blogspot

Notice that the stools pay homage to the Csepel automaker. It’s details like this that make the Csepellina so incredibly special.

As if the inside wasn’t impressive enough, check out the home’s covered front porch.

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Csepellina via Blogspot

Imagine sipping your morning cup of coffee with views of the gardens and sounds of the birds. What a dreamy, romantic getaway.

Take a full tour of this handcrafted, whimsical home in the video below.

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By Ashley Brewer
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Ashley Brewer is a contributor at SBLY Media.
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