This is a 160 sq. ft. shipping container tiny house by Katz Box out of Columbus, Ohio. This model is called The Calico.
The Calico Home is designed to grow. Built as an efficiency unit, this 160 square foot home was created to inspire a new generation of homeowners to think small (and in stages). Due to its stature and mobile features, the home is designed to scale from one to three units based on the owners needs.
It’s kind of like a multi-functional studio apartment in a box, isn’t it? What do you think? To explore more amazing tiny homes like this, join our Tiny House Newsletter. It’s free and you’ll be glad you did! You even get free downloadable tiny house plans just for joining!
The Calico Shipping Container Tiny House by Katz Box
This 160 sq. ft. bed and breakfast cottage in the Colorado forest is a guest post by Lynn Schriner. – share yours!
We have a tiny cottage bed and breakfast for glam-camping called The Nest. It’s seasonally open April through October and located just 15 minutes from Colorado Springs. The private cottage is charming, cozy and small. There’s a private outdoor covered shower and bath facility.
You will receive chocolates and beverage in your welcome. Breakfast with coffee/tea, French bread/honey and your choice of cereal or eggs. The cottage and forest area is enchanting and magical! There are hiking trails and a pergola for relaxing.
Please enjoy, learn more and re-share below. Thank you!
160 Sq. Ft. Bed and Breakfast Cottage in the Colorado Forest
This 160 sq. ft. shipping container tiny house is built by Rhino Cubed.
“Rhino Cubed is a Colorado based company building artistic tiny homes from shipping containers. A shipping container is a perfect building envelope: structurally sound, water tight, and quasi-portable. Creative artistry and design turn them into unique living structures.” – Rhino Cubed.
They call this model the ‘Nola‘, named after one of the few remaining white rhinos in the world, located in the San Diego Zoo. The tiny home is currently for sale and listed at $63,999 USD.
The colorful artistic shipping container house is equipped with a kitchen and bathroom with full size shower. I love the ocean wave design on the outside of the home.
If you are planning on attending the Tiny House Jamboree in Colorado Springs you’ll get to see the Nola shipping container tiny house.
This 160 sq. ft. tiny house for sale is a guest post by Tampa Tiny Homes LLC– share yours!
This brand new, never lived in tiny house is for sale with an asking price of $34,000. Our 20 ft model is 8 ft wide, 12 ft high and the actual tiny house minus the front storage is 20 ft long. The tiny house packs all your living needs into one nice sized living space. Open the pocket door and enter the bathroom. The bathroom is complete with a full sized shower enclosure, full sized toilet and vanity. The ceiling height of shower is 6′ 8″.
There is a nice storage loft above the bathroom. The kitchen has adequate space with plenty of overhead cabinets, base cabinets including a lazy Susan, and a few spots where custom shelves could be made, a new propane stove and stove hood are included.
Crown moulding, high baseboards, and 12 mm hickory floors give a touch of class to this one of a kind tiny home. All the windows and the exterior door are new.
Outside the home there is an enclosed storage space that houses the 20 gallon water heater and allows additional space for storage. The home is built off of a 2015 PJ trailer with two 5k pound axles, led lights, and electric brakes. Please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you!
160 Sq. Ft. Tiny House For Sale by Tampa Tiny Homes
Here’s a guest post by Valerie Fredericks on a 160 sq. ft. shipping container home for sale.
This 20′ x 8′ newly built tiny home is an eco-friendly reuse of a shipping container, so you can feel good about helping to conserve our planets’ resources. It is easily adaptable for on or off-grid living, as well as energy-efficient and cost saving with its well insulated interior walls.
The sturdy roll-up lockable door is installed over the 6 ft. slider entryway and is designed with extra security in mind. It keeps your property secure when closed, while when open it allows sunlight in through the dual-paned glass doors.
This shipping container tiny home comes with a small kitchenette (cold water sink and base cabinet) and conventional toilet.
This 160 sq. ft. Cabin in the Woods Edition tiny house on wheels is built on a 20′ trailer designed and built by Mint Tiny Homes.
The trailer has a GVW of 10,000-12,000 lbs. and a widened frame to best hold the tiny home’s weight. This is the Cabin in the Woods Edition from Tiny Living Homes. They are a tiny house builder based in Delta, British Columbia, Canada.
Right now I want to give you a tour of a wonderful little cottage called the Rolling Bungalow. Best of all, if you really like it, you can buy the plans to build it yourself.
If you do all of the labor yourself it costs an estimated $17,000 (in 2014 dollars) to build. And you can do so on a 7’x20′ trailer. In total there’s 160 sq. ft. of living space inside without including the sleeping lofts. And the overall footprint is 8’6″ x 20′. I hope you enjoy the tour as much as I have. And if you really like it, you can even get the plans too! Please re-share and enjoy below.
You probably already know Dan Louche who’s designed and built several tiny houses by now. If you’re not too fond of ladders and lofts, I think you’ll appreciate this one. Update: Sold.
Today I’m showing you his latest. It’s a 160 sq. ft. studio tiny house and it’s available for sale right now as I write this.
It’s 20′ long and approximately 8’6″ wide. Inside you’ll find a full kitchen, pull out mattress, full bathroom, and more.
If you’ve been looking for a ready to move into tiny home that you can live in full time, this might be it. Either way, I’d love to read your thoughts on it in the comments below and whether or not you’d live simply in this model full time (I would).
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