Here’s a beautiful, recently-completed shipping container home for sale in Farmington, New Mexico. It has a clean industrial exterior, while the inside is bright and modern with white walls and gray cabinets.
The walk-through full bathroom and closet take you into the back primary bedroom, meaning no loft with this layout. Sliding glass doors on the opposite side of the home let you open the living room up to the outdoors. What’s your favorite feature in this one?
Container homes are becoming popular all over the world — this one is tucked into the rugged landscape of Sicily! It features awesome bubble windows on either side and a window wall with views overlooking the countryside. Private and idyllic, this modern stay is something to write home about.
There’s an outdoor jacuzzi and a large terrace where you can enjoy a glass of wine. Inside, one-half of the container is dedicated to a sleeping area/kitchenette, and the rest is an open-concept bathroom complete with a rainfall shower head. What is your favorite part of this container?
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.
This is such a great opportunity to get into tiny living without spending a huge fortune up front! This 20′ container tiny house, named “The Abilene,” is finished inside and out with electricity, plumbing, siding, and a mini-split. All it needs is furnishings, kitchen appliances, and decor to make it the perfect starter tiny house.
At just $17,450, you’ll get an open-concept space that resembles a studio. There’s a small 3/4 bath on one end, and the original container doors still open wide over by the living/sleeping area if you want to let the outdoors inside!
Annina and Pascal wanted to live off-the-grid and found this amazing 10-acre piece of property in New Zealand which they’ve been transforming into a fully self-reliant homestead.
They live in the 40 ft. shipping container home, use the second shipping container for a garage and built a geo-dome greenhouse for starting some of the many plants they’re cultivating outside.
The couple installed an incredible solar array, but discovered they were gathering more sun energy than they needed! So instead of paying for gasoline for a car, they got an electric vehicle they can charge for free. Living Big in a Tiny House did an awesome video interview with the couple, so be sure to watch it to learn more about their off-grid container home!
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