See what pure luxury means in an extraordinary bus aptly nicknamed a 'mobile mansion'

Crafted from the finest materials, Anderson Mobile Estates aren't just converted buses or recreational vehicles – they're portable, luxurious homes. Nicknamed "mobile mansions," these mobile homes offer everything you need to feel at your home and lack for nothing.
1. Attention to detail
With strict attention to detail, personalized consideration of your taste and placing comfort as the foremost priority, the company constructs a select number of mobile estates per year. Each mobile home comes with state-of-the-art sound and entertainment systems. Other amenities include walk-in closets, exotic wood cabinetry and open concept layouts. It's obvious as you walk into the company's Southern home model that this is no ordinary RV. Gleaming wooden floors give way to immaculate furnishings and custom built-ins, such as a booth that seats four people for dinner or drinks.
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2. Spacious living area
The living area offers plenty of space for two couches, a media center and end tables. Warm lighting and windows add an inviting glow to the white, airy space.
3. Fully-loaded kitchen
The kitchen is fully loaded with every modern appliance, including a stainless steel refrigerator, oven/range, microwave, sink and built-in wooden cabinets.
4. Extra space for relaxation and additional storage
A sitting area next to the master bedroom offers storage space and a quiet place to reflect next to oversized windows.
5. A luxurious bathroom
The bathroom offers a marbled vanity, mirror, toilet and shower. The dark wood offers a stunning contrast to the light-colored counters.
Small but glamorous details, such as this ornate silver mirror, make the bathroom even more elegant.
6. Spacious master bedroom
The spacious master bedroom includes a double bed, two nightstands and a small sitting area with a table and chair.
7. Walk-in closet
The walk-in closet is a dream! Built-in custom cabinets house shelves for shoes and offer plenty of space to hang clothing. Smaller drawers and cabinets hold accessories. This mobile estate definitely has it all!
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