Thinking about new but hate the thought of immediate depreciation, take a look at this rig! 34 feet in length, 3 slides and used exclusively by me (no kids, pets, or smokers) for summer 2018 season only and is immaculate! Paid $45,000 new – selling for $34,999 firm. Highlights: 3 power slides; 2 power awnings; 2 AC/Heat units; Fireplace; Entertainment Center; Ceiling Fan; Outdoor Gas Grill; Outside hot/cold shower; Observation camera/monitor; Center Island/sink; 2 Lazy Boy Chairs; Queen bed, Sofa sleeper, 3 piece bathroom, Hitch on bumper for bike rack/platform; Tons of storage inside and out; and more (see deal information sheet in photos).Why I’m selling: In anticipation of retiring in 2018 I decided to upgrade from a lifetime of tenting to a small travel trailer for my vacations. The small trailers were nice but then I looked at the Rockwood 8299BS and it was love at first sight - high ceilings/ceiling fan, spacious center island kitchen, and the unexpected wine/coffee bar! Up the steps was a quiet, private master bedroom with adjacent 3 piece bathroom. I purchased it new in November, 2017 from Hilmerson RV where it was stored until I picked it up in early June, 2018. I had never pulled a trailer in my life but was assured by my salesman that even a small person like me could easily hook up, tow and set up the trailer and he was right. I was told the trailer can be pulled by a half ton truck but I had purchased a 3500 GMC which handles the rig with ease. I retired and traveled by myself for 3 months starting in early August, 2018. I visited friends and stayed at various RV parks in complete comfort all the way. I came back to MN in early November and reflected on my experience. I truly enjoyed the vacation in the Rockwood but realized that I bought more than I really need and have decided to sell the rig and get something smaller. More about the trailer: It has been meticulously maintained but there were a few issues that were repaired under the warranty before it expired in November, 2018. The water pump was replaced, the refrigerator door wasn’t closing right and was fixed, and a few other minor things were tightened or adjusted. It also has a brand new roof including all rooftop mechanicals as a result of storm damage from tropical storm Michael while staying on Cape Hatteras (Outer Banks of North Carolina) in October. I couldn’t detect the damage myself but asked the dealer to inspect it and they found the damage. The rest of the trailer was fine but it now has a new roof, new AC/Heat units, new vents, new skylight, new antenna, and new WIFI Ranger – which is why I make the claim that this rig is REALLY like new. The only blemish is a minor scrape on the front driver’s side trim of the trailer.