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The Della Terra from East to West is a product traditionally manufactured with a focus on quality. The company’s mission is to build a better trailer and both of their product lines reflect that. In an industry where the focus has been on what the customer can see, the East to West’s products differ. The conversation is not about that fancy light fixture but how the walls, roof and floor are manufactured. We understand buying an RV is a large purchase and liking it is a priority. However, we feel strongly about making sure you are buying a product that not only will look good but is also well built. And the Della Terra doesn’t fall short on what you don’t get to see and where it should also matter. Full framed 2” thick wall, 12” on center 2” x 3” floor joists decked with 5/8” tongue and groove plywood decking, full walk on roof 16” on center roof trusts with 3/8” decking, 3” thick interior walls, 55 gal. fresh water tank, very large 35,000 btu furnace and 15k AC standard are just a few of the differences you’ll find on this product line. We often can tell how a product is built just by the feelings we get when we walk in. The Della Terra puts those feelings at ease. The inside looks good and feels good. A simple glance at the fit and finish was all it took to believe in what East to West is trying to deliver; a well-made product! In a segment where pricing matters, most manufacturer don’t take pride in what they deliver. It’s not the case here. Come take a look for yourself, you’ll be glad you did! The 250BH is a non-slide family unit. It has everything a family of 4 would need to camp in style including the TV. I am the first to agree that it can be a little tighter in the trailer when there is no slide-out but personally, the inside of the trailer is the last place I want to be when I’m out camping. Seriously, if you’re like me and prioritize being outdoors, this 250BH provides way more than what’s needed. I love the king size bed in the private front bedroom, the very large 8 cu. Ft. gas/electric fridge, the larger 40” bunk that can accommodate adults especially with the 300 lbs capacity for the one on top, the outside kitchen with the griddle, (OMG, move over chef Oliver!) and the super large capacity in the fresh water tank, perfect for dry camping. However, we can’t always control mother nature and for that reason, the little extras are welcome. USB connections everywhere, a sofa located right across from the TV and an entertainment system that connects in every different way possible. At the end of the day, the value you get in a Della Terra is what made us wanting to carry the product line. As a dealer with a reputation beyond incredible (according to Google customer’s rating) we take pride in what we deliver to our customers and the same can be said for East to West, the manufacturer of this product.

Exterior Features

  • Electric Tongue Jack w/ LED Light
  • Rock Guard
  • Battery Disconnect
  • Hitch Light
  • Motion Detector Light in Pass Through Storage, One on Each Side
  • 4 Scissor Jack
  • Upgraded Furrion Outside Speakers
  • Large Fold-Away Entry Handle
  • Spray Port
  • Cable Connection & Power Outlet on the Patio Side Exterior Wall
  • Electric Awning w/ LED Lights
  • Nitro Filled Good Year Radial Tires on Aluminum Wheels
  • Gas Quick Connect
  • Enclosed & Heated Underbelly
  • Outside Kitchen (gas grill and fridge)
  • Spare Tire w/ Cover
  • Back-Up Camera Ready
  • Cable Ready
  • Gas/Electric Water Heater (DSI)
  • Color Coded Sewer Valve Handles
  • Detachable Power Cord
  • Outside Shower w/ Hot & Cold
  • Black Tank Flush
  • Universal Docking Station w/ Battery Disconnect & Exterior Shower
  • Rain Gutters w/ Spout Extensions
  • All Exterior Lights are LED Including the Tail Lights
  • 45 gal. Fresh Water Tank


Interior Kitchen/Dining/Living

  • Huge Under-Mount Stainless Steel Farmer’s Style Sink w/ Drying Rack
  • Restaurant Style High Rise Faucet
  • Seamless Countertop
  • 3 Burner Stove and Oven & Bi-Fold Glass Cover
  • Knife Rack
  • Large 8 cu. Ft. Gas/Electric Fridge
  • Range Hood w/ Charcoal Filter
  • Plywood Made Drawers w/ Full Extension Gliders
  • Seamless Table Top
  • Traditional Dinette that Convert into a Bed & Large Drawers
  • 81” Ceiling Interior Height
  • Pleated Shades Throughout
  • LED Interior Lights Throughout
  • AM/FM/USB/AUX/HDMI/Bluetooth Stereo
  • TV
  • Interior Speakers
  • 2” x 3” 12” on Center Floor Joists Decked with 5/8” Tongue & Groove Plywood Floor
  • 3” Thick Interior Walls
  • 15K BTU Ducted AC
  • 35,000 BTU Ducted Furnace
  • Sofa w/ Access to Storage at the Front
  • Linoleum Throughout


Main Bedroom

  • King Size Bed
  • 110 Volts & USB Charging Outlets in Nightstands
  • TV Hook-ups
  • Gas Struts under the bed for easy access to storage
  • Plywood made bed base
  • Light Switch on the Wall



Second Bedroom

  • Window in Each Bunk
  • Sleeping for 2
  • USB Charging outlet(s)
  • Light Switch on the Wall



  • Shower with Surround, Skylight & Roll-up Vinyl Curtain
  • Vanity w/ Medicine Cabinet
  • Very Large Vanity Sink
  • Power Fan in Bathroom

You have seen a similar floorplan elsewhere and there is a difference in the pricing and wondering why! Let me help: Could be a 2021 model, no outside kitchen, no outdoor shower, no 2nd spray port, only one bedroom window and only one bunk window, no wall/privacy in the front bedroom, real doors and real wood trims, no bedroom roof vent, no bedroom cabinet over the bed, queen bed only, OSB (chip board) bed base, much smaller dinette, no drawers under the dinette, no Good Year Tires including the spare, no porcelain toilet, 1 furnace heat vent only, no oven or just a 2 burner stove. That's not even bringing the construction of the unit itself. Keep in mind, the Della Terra has a floor decked with Plywood, the interior walls are 3", you get a 35,000BTU furnace, a 15K AC, a very large fresh water tank, an enclosed underbelly and so much more. Still having a hard time noticing the differences, let us help.

RV Type Travel Trailer Exterior N/A
Status New Roof Type N/A
Stock No N9010059 Leveling N/A
Length 29.2 ft. Suspension N/A
Weight 5281 lbs. Fresh Water N/A
Sleeps 8 person(s) Grey Water N/A
Int. Colour SILVER BIRCH Black Water N/A
Slideouts N/A

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