The Unconventional Lifestyle Advice of Jo Ann Ussery After the 1993 tornado that leveled her Mississippi home, Jo Ann Ussery had to relocate her family
For only £1,500, she acquired the Boeing 727
She couldn’t afford a decent trailer, but her brother-in-law had an interesting suggestion: she could live in a retired Boeing 727
On-board aircraft galley
Ussery spent roughly $30,000 transforming the Boeing 727 into her ideal house after purchasing the plane for a total of $2,000 (including transportation fees)
Jo Ann Ussery takes a break from flying to soak in a hot tub in the plane’s cockpit.
She transformed the 138-foot-long plane into a home with three bedrooms, a living room, kitchen, laundry room, and a luxury master shower in the cockpit via ingenuity and hard work
The plane now serves as Jo Ann Ussery’s ideal house.
An Enduring Memorial Ussery lived in her one-of-a-kind home for a while before deciding to open it to the public as a museum so that others could experience its beauty as well
The cockpit now includes a bathtub, courtesy of the ship’s beautician.
The plane was seriously damaged during shipping, but her amazing makeover is proof that imagination and perseverance can overcome adversity