This is a 40′ shipping container tiny house for sale in Parkin, Arkansas.
Dimensions are 40 long by 9′ tall and 8′ wide.
Asking price is $18,000. Please learn more below. Thank you!
Shipping Container Tiny House For Sale
This is a 40 ft. shipping container which was converted into a 2 bedroom “tiny” home in 2013. It includes a bathroom with shower and washing machine, 2 separate bedrooms, and a living area with small kitchenette. The container has doors on both ends but are currently enclosed with walls for the bedrooms. The container inside is completely insulated with rolled insulation. It has a built-in wall unit which provides both heating and cooling. This would make a great hunting cabin or vacation home! The exterior dimensions are 40ft long x 9ft tall x 8 ft wide and the finished interior dimensions are 37 ft long x 8ft tall by 7 ft wide. The container home was lived in by our family of 3 and was parked on the property where our permanent house was eventually built. It is now located in Parkin, Arkansas. The wall to the child room could easily be removed to provide more living space if someone wanted it larger. There was a slow water leak by the front door when it rained so we put a tarp on top. It probably just needs a sealant on top of the metal container or a roof could be built over the top. Someone who knows more could probably easily fix this problem. We are only asking $18,000! Call 8seven0-5eight8-55three6 with any questions.
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