This little container cabin features a split design that would work well for someone who works from home but doesn’t live alone. What do you think? Do you like it?
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Appalachian Container Cabin Airbnb in Otto North Carolina
Talk about epic views!
As you can see, this container cabin features epic mountain views that you can enjoy from the rooftop and the lower level balcony, too!
It also features a covered outdoor space. What would you use this space for it was yours?
Let’s go inside and see what it’s like.
Cozy couch, L-shaped kitchen, bathroom, and more…
Can you tell it’s a shipping container?
Bunk beds near the washer and dryer. Great way to incorporate lots of sleeping space in a small space. That’s how they do it on tour buses, right?
Ready to go backpacking?
Luxurious shower with rainwater shower head.
Standard flush toilet in this little cabin.
How many containers does it take to build a cabin?
The rooftop deck. Wouldn’t mind find myself in a situation like this.
This look so relaxing!
Vast mountain views.
A great spot to make history.
The floor plan
The “Appalachian Container Cabin” is a modern tiny home with an unparalleled view overlooking the Appalachian Trail, built out of shipping containers, and was recently featured on the new HGTV/DIY show “Containables”. The cabin is located at the end of private road deep within the Nantahala National Forest, but located conveniently between Franklin, North Carolina and Clayton, Georgia.
- Airbnb (book here)
- Backcountry Containers (have one built like this for you!)
- Facebook & Instagram (Builder)
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