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Old 09-09-2015, 01:43 PM   #15
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I think a bunkhouse or toy hauler will be your best option for a separate office space. Our Gateway 3650BH has a nice big room with opposing slides, a door between the living room and a half bath of it's own. It's 41.5' long but all the space (430 sq ft) is really nice.
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I'm trying to remember what it was, but we saw a 5th wheel last year at the rv show that had a bunk room right as you walked in on the middle of the trailer. I remember loving all of the different things you could do with that room and office was one of them. It could have been the Sandpiper 371 REBH, but I'm not sure.

You may be referring to the crossroads cruiser 355 bl. I have been full timing in this for going on 2 years with my family. We love it and the kids bedroom would make a perfect office.
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The DRV 44' Cumberland might be something to check out. Very interesting floor plan.
I've seen it and it would be great if it weren't so big.
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You may be referring to the crossroads cruiser 355 bl. I have been full timing in this for going on 2 years with my family. We love it and the kids bedroom would make a perfect office.

Thanks. this will go on my short list to check out.
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