From afar, this may actually look like a functioning Boeing 727, but upon closer inspection, you'll see that it's been transformed into a livable home. Engineer Bruce Campbell from Oregon converted this plane into his residence, and it spans 1,066-square-feet. This large studio-like home even features a transparent floor that enables guests to see the aircraft's ribs and controlling cables running from the cockpit to the wings and tail. Continue reading for a video, more pictures, and additional information.
That's not all, there's also plenty of storage in the cargo hold, and its wings make a great deck to boot. The original water tank and plumbing have been kept to serve be used for appliances, such as a washer. He tried to maintain the feel of its original design's purpose while making it practical to live in.