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This is Germaine’s double shipping container home in Tasmania that she had built after her divorce. Her sons live in the “big house” next door, and she has this private space built over an existing carport. It’s built out of two containers set at a 90-degree angle, with a spacious covered porch in the middle where she loves to entertain.

Speaking of entertaining, Germaine requested a large kitchen with full-sized appliances and plenty of bench space so she can prepare delicious meals. Her bathroom has a walk-in shower and flushing toilet, and she has a cozy bedroom with a walk-in closet! What a fun space to live.

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Large Kitchen & Outdoor Area for Entertaining!

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CargoHome builds impressive shipping container homes; this “short” container home is no exception. The rooftop deck, which you access via a spiral staircase, adds square footage with a view! Plus, the large glass front doors open wide to let the outside in during nice weather.

To “fit it all in” without a loft, the house has a Murphy bed, a couch by day, and sleeping space by night. The home also has a galley kitchen, bar seating, and a small bathroom at the very back of the house. According to the listing, you can purchase this model, as pictured, for approximately $83,438 in Elm Mott, Texas. What do you think?

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The Anchor Container House by CargoHome

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This is a 160-square-foot container home in Blue Ridge, Georgia that’s perfectly situated among the trees. One of the coolest features of the cabin is a giant rooftop deck that extends out from the edges of the container to act as a roof for the lower wrap-around deck. It’s down there that you’ll find a hot tub and rocking chairs with a view.

Inside the container, there’s a studio-style set-up with a queen-sized bed in the middle. A kitchenette on the left has a two-burner cooktop, mini-fridge, microwave, and coffee maker. To the right of the bed, there’s a bathroom with a residential toilet and shower stall. What do you think of this shipping container cabin?

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Blue Ridge, Georgia Shipping Container Vacation

Unique Container Holiday Escape 20

Images via Airbnb/Maura

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Container homes are always neat, but I just love what they did with the faux stone on the exterior of this one! What makes the inside so special is the use of all reclaimed wood. It’s especially lovely in the cozy first-floor bedroom.

The full bathroom features a vintage pedestal sink and the bathroom has an old cast iron sink, giving the home extra character. There’s a comfortable living room and seating for four at the dining table. Could you live in this container home?

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Modern Stone Facade Container Cabin in SC

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In the forest of Ohio, you’ll find this gem tucked among the trees — an elevated shipping container/cube home with a large covered porch, outdoor shower, and outdoor soaking tub.

The container has a queen-sized platform bed (no loft) and a little kitchenette space with a mini-fridge, microwave, and sink. There’s a huge picture window looking out over the trees and a whole separate elevated deck near a clearing with valley views. A perfect romantic getaway!

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Shipping Container Vacation Cabin w/ Outdoor Shower

Modern Cube Home in The Forest

Images via Airbnb/Beth

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Seth and Emily are a remarkable couple, parents to four young children and awesome entrepreneurs who build amazing container vacation homes full-time! Their latest creation — the Roca — sits between two mossy cliffs in Hocking Hills, Ohio.

This wild home is made up of two 40-foot containers and one 20-foot container. It sleeps 5, has an epic spiral staircase, and just wait until you see the fantastic decor! There’s a deck with a hot tub overlooking the valley as well. I want to live here! How about you?

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Roca Box Hop: Three Container Homes in One Epic Structure

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Love single-level tiny homes? Then container homes are a great option! This one utilizes a Murphy bed to maximize space inside the 20-foot-long container.

Built by Far Out Tiny Homes, it’s a great custom build with a tiled shower, compact kitchen, and neat under-counter hanging storage. Would you like a container?

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One-Level 160 Sq Ft Tiny House

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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?

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Ground Floor Bedroom Tiny Home in New Mexico

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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?

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Gorgeous Container with Bubble Windows & A Hot Tub

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