These are affordable Alpha Tiny Homes built with shipping containers.
From the outside, you’ll see a white facade with a roll out awning and wooden deck.
There are multiple design options for the interior — anything from a studio-style space to a home with a separate master bedroom and bathroom.
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Affordable Alpha Tiny Homes Built with Shipping Containers
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Looks like the prices are around 17 – 24k depending on which size (before extras) if anyone wondered!
One of my favorite TH styles. Very nice.
another non build idea.
I liked the idea, since I first heard about container homes almost ten years ago. Building them as tiny homes is even better. These are not built homes, just marketing ideas. They can also be stationery or built on a trailer. I really want to get something like this.
This is a suspicious business. When you lookup their business address, it comes back to a local recreation center that is still in business. Also, when you only show computer generated renderings and no real structures, that’s not a good sign. I’ve seen several ‘companies’ that have been targeting the tiny house movement that have been revealed to be total scams. Do your due diligence and fully research everything before committing anything.
@Michael Logue… totally agree. Look on Google Maps and this is a sports facility with associated ancillary buildings. Highly… HIGHLY suspicious. Check with your Better Business Bureau and see what THEY can tell you. Or for those of you in the States you could submit a search request on the BBB website and see what they come up with.