1973 Mobile Home Is Right Out Of A Fairytale

Through the years we have seen our fair share of unusual remodels. But this 1973 mobile home is a first for us. It’s not often you see a mobile home transformed into a castle!

Located in an all communities park in California it was recently sold for $215,000. But, before we get to the pictures, let’s look at the listing:

Stunning 2 bedroom/1bath 1973 mobile home with Castle Facade created by a very talented Disney production manager on a huge private lot. The entry of the home has fixtures and molding that is modeled after the Titanic movie. This home features beautifully hand-crafted molding, and fixtures throughout the Home that give it a fun theatrical feel. The living room looks like we transported to an underground industrial center with stunning fixtures. The kitchen has a breakfast bar, seasoning/ spices bar, stainless steel microwave and stove, and a walk-in pantry. Just above, is a stunning skylight that makes the room bright and airy. Enter the primary bedroom through a secret passage door into the Victoria Era with beautiful molding, and double wood doors into the closet. Both the primary and guest rooms have balconies that overlook the trees and hills around the park. The driveway can fit 2 cars. This home is an absolute must-see!

Related: There is a long history of unique mobile homes, all the way back to these Unique Vintage Motor Homes all the way back in the 30s.

Step Into This One of a Kind Home

This 1973 mobile home is like no other. It has been transformed into a unique and magical home that looks like it’s right out of a fairytale. As you enter, you can’t help but notice the intricate details that went into the design, with beautiful floors, walls, and ceilings that are all covered in dark colors and a custom finish. This mobile home is truly a dreamy and magical space that is both cozy and charming. It is sure to transport you to a fairytale world the moment you walk in the door.

1973 mobile home interior
Unusual lighting options complete the look.

The kitchen area features a breakfast bar area with custom molding, ceiling details, exposed beams, and updated cabinets.

Really like the molding around the wall.
A new refrigerator to match might be in order.

The fairytale theme continues in the bedrooms and bath with a true retreat that includes a beautiful four-poster bed with the same color theme in both.

Attention to Detail Makes This Unique

The exterior has all the look and feel of a real castle, with a combination of a stone facade and the look of aged brick. It even gives the look of a moat out front!

1973 mobile home exterior
Does a certain move come to mind when you see this home?
The attention to detail is amazing.
All that door needs is one of those big door knockers.

We can only imagine how much attention this 1973 mobile home gets when people who aren’t familiar with it catch a glimpse. It’s always fascinating to see how people choose to transform their homes, and this one is truly unique. The owners have done an incredible job at turning a standard mobile home into something that looks like it came straight out of a fairytale. It’s inspiring to see what can be done with a bit of creativity and some hard work.

If you’re thinking about embarking on your own home renovation project, take inspiration from this mobile home and let your imagination run wild! And, don’t forget, we are always looking for remodels to share so be sure to comment below or send us a message to find out how you can be our next feature.

As always, thanks for reading Mobile Home Living®.

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Kim Alley
Kim Alley

Kim Alley has been a part of Mobile Home Living since 2017 and has written over 300 articles for the site.

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  1. Disney meets Steampunk! What a delightful home – thanks for sharing. So fun to see a place with unique styling – most updates are boring repetitions of tiresome modern design: open concepts, light gray walls with white trim, white kitchen cabinets, furniture from West Elm, too many decorative pillows everywhere, signage about how we should live our lives, etc. Kudos to the owners who dared to be different.