We paid off £160k of debt by moving into a motor home

THIS family decide to uproot their lives and move into their very own motor home.

But their home is far from what most think of when they hear motor home, in fact they’re home on wheels is kitted out with loads of lush furnishings.

The family love their small home

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The family love their small homeCredit: YouTube / Tiny Home Tours

Karen and her husband, Sylvester, and their son Aiden live internationally in a motor home.

But despite looking small from the outside, their home is more spacious than most people expect, they even have an island in their kitchen.

Karen showed off the home and told Tiny Home Tours: “When choosing out home one thing that was super important was an island, I really love that we have this here because it gives us extra space.”

But that’s not all, the kitchen also has a double sink and a double door refrigerator.

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The family have posh leather recliners in their living area, which Karen says are perfect “if you want to relax or watch a movie.”

Life on the road means that Aiden is home schooled by his parents, but he doesn’t mind, since it means he can visit new places all the time.

Karen said: “He loves travelling because he has the opportunity to see things that he’s learn about in books, it helps his education and helps him be well rounded.”

Aiden has his own bedroom, with plenty of storage for toys and his own television.

Karen and Sylvester even have a king-size bed in their bedroom, which is pretty luxurious given the size of their home.

They even have a full sized washing machine and tumble dryer.

The family made the decision to live full time in their RV in a bid to save some money.

Karen shared: “We wanted to spend more time together and pay off debt.

“We’ve paid off over £160k of debt since we’ve been in an RV,” she said, adding that moving in was “literally the best decision we made our our family.”

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Although Sylvester admitted that he was “a little hesitant” when his wife first tried to persuade him to make the move, now he can see no downsides to their new life.

Sylvester added that driving the 42ft home “can be scary”, but he’s gotten used to it overtime.

Karen and Sylvester have a huge king sized bed

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Karen and Sylvester have a huge king sized bedCredit: YouTube / Tiny Home Tours Sylvester has his own bedroom

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Sylvester has his own bedroomCredit: YouTube / Tiny Home Tours The shower is bigger than most normal ones

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The shower is bigger than most normal onesCredit: YouTube / Tiny Home Tours The living area has plenty of space and posh reclining chairs

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The living area has plenty of space and posh reclining chairsCredit: YouTube / Tiny Home Tours There's even storage outside

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There’s even storage outsideCredit: YouTube / Tiny Home Tours

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