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320 Sq. Ft. Shipping Container Tiny Home on 1 Acre in Alabama


This is a 320 sq. ft. shipping container tiny home on 1 acre in Fort Payne, Alabama that’s listed on Tiny Home Builders for $89,000.

Uniquely designed shipping container home, sits on 1 acre of serene land. Quiet and secluded, but only a few minutes to town. Hooked up to septic, county water, and electric.

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320 Sq. Ft. Shipping Container Tiny House For Sale in Fort Payne, Alabama on 1 Acre

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  • D. Pedersen October 12, 2018, 2:02 am

    Someone needs to learn something about colors.

  • Kimberly Matic October 13, 2018, 5:19 pm

    Why do people have to be rude? I don’t think anyone has the right to negatively judge anyone’s home! Especially if it was built by the owner. Why do you care about another’s color choices? If it’s what they like then so be it!
    It seems to me it is well hidden in a heavily treed piece of land where no one but the owner would see it anyway, so they’ve gotten creative!
    So why do you have to be rude?
    Thank you to the person showing their nice home! I hope you live a long and happy life in your home!

  • Karen Blackburn October 14, 2018, 5:13 am

    The interior design makes it seem much wider than the 8ft it really is. Extremely well designed and something I would seriously consider, at the very least you would feel safer (memo to self, build on a hill) in the many storms happening at present. Falling trees or other debris wouldn’t be a problem nor would you have the worry of winds blowing bits off the house. Do they do tiny ones for pets? Am seriously tired of having to tie down kennel and rabbit houses.

  • Heather HJ October 14, 2018, 4:14 pm

    I like the brightly colored container with bright accents in the camp chairs, bedding, & hanging shelves in the kitchen. Robins egg blue wouldn’t be my first choice for kitchen/living area, but to each their own. Some people might not like my use of purple, chartreuse, &teal. I like the flooring & the use of it behind the bed. I want a shipping container tiny house.

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