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$10k Shipping Container Dwelling For Sale in North Carolina

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This $10,000 shipping container dwelling is a great start for your tiny house! The electrical system was professionally installed and can support kitchen appliances, and the entire place has been insulated already.

While it doesn’t have plumbing yet, you could easily connect this to another building or container and make it better for full-time living. The great news is it’s a good start — or you could keep it as a guest cottage.

Take the photo tour below and make your offer over at Tiny House Marketplace.

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Asheville Shipping Container Dwelling For Sale

Downstairs bedroom at one end of the container.

Other side has couch and storage.

Sliding glass doors let in light.

Exterior of the container.

Note: Decks not included


  • 8’ wide x 20’ long x 9’ high converted shipping container tiny home
  • Electrically wired by a licensed electrician with 200 AMP service, including a GFI circuit for kitchen equipment
  • Waterproof flooring (wood look-alike)
  • Walls & Ceilings insulated & drywalled with purple board (not finished)
  • 6’ sliding glass door and a single hung vinyl window.
  • No plumbing has been installed
  • Seller has moving resource

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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