The most expensive and largest caravan in Europe is on sale and sold at Graf. This giant caravan is of course full of luxury features. So we took a look at this anything but a simple spy house worth over €150,000.
Owner Cas de Greeff is very happy to show him a gem. Until the caravan is sold out, he enjoys the luxury of this caravan at De Heische Tip camp in Zeeland. “150,000 euros is of course a lot of money, but you don’t have a vacation home for it. You really pay the jackpot for it.”
The giant is 11.60 meters long and 2.50 meters wide. “This is not a caravan to visit some camping sites every weekend without making a reservation first. You should call ahead to find out the size of the playground,” says de Greiff.
The buyer has not yet introduced himself. “We already have these in stock now. If a customer orders a caravan like this, it will take a year before it’s finished. Now we can deliver right away.”
Before you enter the caravan, the electric step appears. Once inside, you can instantly fall into the spacious leather seating area, where you can easily place a card with a man or ten. With chrome spots in the corners with LED light and built-in USB charger.
The caravan has underfloor heating and air conditioning with cool and warm air, so you don’t have to worry about wet blankets. The walls and ceiling are also carpeted.
In the kitchen, you can cook induction and gas. There is an oven, grill and extendable cutting board. With a fridge and freezer on the other side, with a door you can open on the left and right sides.
In total there are seven sleeping places in the caravan. With no sofa bed in the middle of the caravan, but a luxury double bed. Furthermore, you will also find a spacious bunk bed. Are your clothes wet? Then hang it in the wardrobe with the drying function.
At the end of the caravan you will find a bathroom with shower and toilet. After a big message, no one is bothered by your bowel movements. Because that’s an incinerator restroom. You put a cone in the toilet, do your business, turn on the valve and “flush”. Then the bag disappears in the combustion chamber at a temperature of 800 degrees and the waste ends up in the ash pan in the form of ash.
For a really clean camper, there’s also a central vacuum cleaner system in the caravan. But yes, this is also a disadvantage for such a large caravan. Because who wants to vacuum while on vacation?
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