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40 ft. Container Home with Soaking Tub for Sale


It’s been a while since we’ve featured a container home, but today we have one from a new tiny house company in Michigan, Tiny Home P.S. At 40 feet long, this tiny home has lots of space — even enough room for a ground floor bedroom and a massive bathroom!

You’ll find a freestanding soaking tub in the bathroom that looks perfectly luxurious. There’s also a kitchen area and a living room in the center of the container. You can buy this unit for $88,000.

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There’s a nice galley kitchen complete with a dishwasher.

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There’s a living room and beyond that the bedroom.

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There’s a two-burner cook top, and with a deep sink.

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There are beautiful butcher block countertops.

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There’s a compact table and chairs for breakfast.

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The bathroom has some pretty neat fixtures!

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Look at the lovely soaking tub.

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The back doors of the container home open up.

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Here’s the bedroom on the other end of the home.

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There are lots of windows with drapes.

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The closet has plenty of storage.

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Details:

  • $88,000
  • Will deliver within 1000-1200 miles
  • Fully furnished and with all appliances
  • 40 gal hot water tank
  • 100 amp electric panel (electric prepared for hot tub)
  • 27k btu AC
  • Heating (3 mini splitter in each room{BD,BT,K/LV}
  • Designed special for AirBnb
  • Sleeping capacity 4 people.

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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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  • Anna Wendt
    November 24, 2022, 12:01 am

    OMG….that toilet!!! I want one!!!

  • Donna Rae
    November 24, 2022, 12:20 am

    Basically, a very decent little home. Nice materials and good workmanship, too. I do have some suggestions that would fit my personal preferences better. Even though that tub, toilet and sink in the bathroom are a real wow factor, for me, I’d rather have a basic bathroom that was smaller if it meant being able to have a larger kitchen and living area. It would allow for a full size sink without sacrificing counter space and make that full-sized dishwasher fit in better. Everything else is a smaller version of kitchen stuff and then the dishwasher stands out and looks really big. And to be honest, I wouldn’t mind if the dishwasher was smaller. I put a smaller one in one of my small kitchens and it worked out great. Of course, I’m thinking of a situation where there is only one or two people who wouldn’t need a big dishwasher. As far as the bed is concerned, I personally like having a little space on either side of the bed so it is easier to change the bedding and, if there are two people, no one has to crawl over anyone to go to the bathroom in the middle of the night. I emphasize again that these are my personal preferences. Someone will look at that luxurious bathroom and be completely sold and completely unconcerned about how much space it takes up…and that would be great! Thank goodness design changes can be made post construction or as a modification before building it so everyone can have the perfect tiny house that pleases them! Thanks for sharing!

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