Middlebury, Indiana-based LIFESTYLE Luxury RV continues to grow its line of luxury fifth wheels, yesterday (July 11) announcing the addition of its newest floor plan, the LS34SB.
Key features of the LS34SB include a kitchen layout designed for maximum functionality and a spacious living room that also has a full-feature desk.
“This new floor plan offers customers a wealth of amenities, luxury appointments, and ample space,” said Elliott Bond, LIFESTYLE National Sales Manager.
“The foundation of this floor plan is built upon the features we know are important to and desired by customers. As with the other luxury floor plans we’ve released thus far, it’s all about offering the marketplace an ideal combination of luxury and full-time livability in the best way possible.”
Other key features of the LS34SB floor plan include:
- Angled hall entry featuring side-bath and round front shower
- Opposing flush-floor slide outs
- Large walk-in front wardrobe with full-width hanging storage and shelving
- Large linen closet in the bedroom and room for a stackable washer/dryer
- Standard 21-foot exterior awning
LIFESTYLE Luxury RV
LIFESTYLE Luxury RV, manufactured in Middlebury, Indiana, assembled a team of the industry’s best and brightest who are putting their expertise to work to give the RV industry a new choice for resort-ready luxury fifth wheels.
The company focuses on creating the ideal year-round living experience through construction that’s second to none and by delivering a higher level of service to both dealers and customers. For the savvy fifth wheel buyer, the difference is clear — the difference is LIFESTYLE Luxury RV.
LIFESTYLE Luxury RV is a division of Middlebury, Indiana-based EverGreen Recreational Vehicles LLC
Phone: (574) 825-4298
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