Woman Transforms $800 Mobile Home Into Something of Class!
Categories: Homes / Dwellings
Looking to downsize from her four-bedroom home in Beverly Hills, designer Amy Shock longed for a coastal live-work retreat.
She wanted to replicate the walls of glass and other Midcentury aspects in the Trousdale neighborhood but on a smaller, more manageable scale.
After looking at nearly 100 listings spanning Ventura to Newport Beach, Shock stumbled upon a metal double-wide 1964 mobile home in Ojai and tricked it out.
She transformed the low-end building by adding high-end features. The results?
You've never seen a mobile home like this.
"The idea that I could purchase the opportunity for $5K was mind-numbing to me," she said. "I had to ask a few friends if it was a stupid idea. They said, 'No! This is your specialty to resuscitate'."