Martha had been wanting to go tiny for a long time and one day she came across Randy and Incredible Tiny Homes on YouTube. She stayed up all night watching his videos, found out about his community, got in touch with them, and put down a deposit — all in a couple of days!
She loves her one-floor tiny home, dubbed the “Death Star” by her neighbors. As an avid Star Wars fan, she also loves the name. Most of all, though, she loves the community! Every day she has coffee or lunch or dinner or walks with neighbors who are all living tiny just like she is.
Check out this stunning stacked modern cabin in Australia. The downstairs houses the kitchen and bathroom area, while upstairs is a bedroom leading out to a lovely raised terrace with bush views.
The home sits near Litchfield National Park in Rakula, where there’s plenty of outdoor activities and sports for everyone. The container comes with WiFi, air conditioning and a BBQ grill, too. It can sleep two or the hosts can add an extra bed for children. Book your future vacation via Glamping Hub.
They’re a young family who, over the past year, bought and prepared their land, collected recycled materials, and built their first home using two shipping containers and a shed-style roof! It’s a 1,140 square foot house that was built for about $110,000 USD including land, mostly their own labor, and the help of friends. When you go inside, you’ll find a dining room, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a full kitchen, living area, and plenty of storage space.
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I wake up to a gold glow in the house from the Sunrise and relax on the couch at night while watching the sunset over the pond, couldn’t get better. 8 months of craziness was worth it. Now we have a mortgage free home that we built with our own hands. Living the dream! 🙂
This is an off-grid shipping container cabin that wasfor sale in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Update: Sold. The asking price for the cabin was $58,000 in Canadian dollars which is $43,677 in United States dollars.
The cabin is quite famous since it has been featured on CTV and dozens of popular websites online. It was designed by Joseph RM Dupuis using three 20′ shipping containers to create a beautiful 355 sq. ft. cabin. It’s fully insulated and ready for all four seasons. It even has radiant floor heating, a wood stove, a 125-gallon water system, and more. Inside, you’ll find a full kitchen, bathroom with shower, a bedroom, and a really nice open living room with a dining area as well. The cabin is off-grid ready with a 9-panel solar system which is included in the sale. This home is designed to be dismantled and reinstalled at your preferred location.
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