Living in an aeroplane - Life aboard an airplane
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People live in boats, railway carriages, even in converted buses, so why not live in an aeroplane?
The B734 shown is 153 feet long and is often sited on hilltops to get a good view. (See the B747 below.) This makes quite a spectacular home.
You can have a fixed staircase instead
lift. This is fitted to the wings, and so rotates with the plane, so
access could be a bit bumpy in a gale. But who said this was a boring
way to live?
The wings are altered prior to sale, so that the ailerons do not move. The engines are also removed. In fact it is guaranteed that the planes will no longer fly.
With all the inside bits and bobs removed, (luggage racks and bulkheads) there is quite a lot of space for a series of rooms 11 feet wide.
And there are two cargo holds underneath which can also be converted into living space or workrooms.
First buy your plot. It could be really cheap.