Meet the “Trekkershus,” an awesome shippping container turned vacation property. It sits in the PlatzProjekt, an experimental village in Hannover, Germany. During your stay you’ll be surrounded by other unique, alternative buildings and architectural concepts.
This container home houses the bedroom and office space (with speedy internet) indoors, while the eating and kitchen space are on the terrace. The bathroom with full plumbing is affixed to the container and accesible via the deck. What do you think of the design?
Parking your tiny house is the #1 struggle when it comes to living tiny, but here’s your chance to move to the tropical Mexico and own your own shipping container tiny house (off-grid and Tesla-battery-powered!) on your own 1/3 acre of private jungle.
There’s your own well, your own solar set-up, your own pool — a screened-in deck, a full bathroom and a downstairs bedroom. If you already have a remote job, you might as well make an offer right now! Put in an offer here.
Shipping Containers are such a great starting point for tiny houses, particularly if you’re looking for a little vacation property. This is one of three cargo container cottages on a property in Georgia with breathtaking valley views.
The interior is nice and simple, with an open kitchen/bedroom area and a bathroom at one end. It opens out to a large covered deck with a porch swing. What do you think?
Looking to get started on a tiny house? This 40-foot container house in Lakeland, Florida is insulated and has two doors and three windows installed, along with luxury plank vinyl flooring. While it’s certainly not finished, it’s an awesome shell that you can work off of to create the home of your dreams.
The seller, Stuart, is asking $10,000 or best offer for the container home, and you can call him at 813-516-3217 with questions or offers. Check out the photo tour below.
Meet The Lily Pad at Hocking Hills — a converted shipping container cabin with a giant covered porch with a swing and hot tub.
One of the best ways to maximize your living space while going tiny is to create an awesome outdoor area, and they’ve done just that here. That said, the interior of the home is equally as lovely, with a full kitchen, a cozy living room with a gas fireplace, and a first-floor bedroom with a huge picture window.
Nestled on a 13-acre property in Ohio, this cabin is the perfect spot to hide out for a while and relax. Book your stay at Airbnb, and follow the cabin on Instagram here.
This $10,000 shipping container dwelling is a great start for your tiny house! The electrical system was professionally installed and can support kitchen appliances, and the entire place has been insulated already.
While it doesn’t have plumbing yet, you could easily connect this to another building or container and make it better for full-time living. The great news is it’s a good start — or you could keep it as a guest cottage.
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