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The Anchor Shipping Container Tiny House by CargoHome


This is the Anchor Shipping Container Tiny House by CargoHome near Waco, Texas.

It’s available to book on Airbnb and you can also customize and order your own from CargoHome.

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The Anchor CargoHome Shipping Container Tiny House Vacation Rental Near Waco, Texas

The Anchor CargoHome Shipping Container Tiny House Vacation Rental Near Waco

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Try out container home living in this unique tiny home! Sleeps 2 people in the custom Murphy® bed with a super-comfy Tuft & Needle™ queen size mattress. Kitchen and dining area features induction cooktop, fridge and custom knotty alder tabletop. Hang out on the spacious rooftop deck that lights up beautifully at night with the color-adjustable LED rail lights. Full-size, custom tiled shower and spacious bathroom completes this fascinating container home.

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  • Avatar Penny
    November 30, 2018, 9:31 am

    Apparently bring in food. Since rental that is ok. Or are the cooking surface and oven something like a toaster oven and double burner hot plate under sink counter? Same with small refrigerator? Or I am totally missing it. Maybe have kitchen at main house? Just curious since have sink, dishes, and dining spot.

    • Avatar James D.
      December 1, 2018, 1:00 am

      It’s an AirBnB and the BnB part stands for Bed and Breakfast… So meals are part of the service but it does have an induction cooktop that is stored away when not needed, along with a mini-fridge and they’re just aren’t shown in the photos but are mentioned in the listing…

  • Avatar Karen Blackburn
    February 10, 2019, 5:46 am

    One means of egress and then they block it with a bed. Can’t see how it passed fire safety checks. Otherwise not a bad design for the size. Real problem with Murphy beds is that you either have to leave a large amount of floor space bare or you lose another feature such as sofa or work desk. OK if it is just you but not always practical if there are two or more. Good for a short break except for escape worrisome

    • Avatar Brad
      February 10, 2019, 10:41 pm

      Windows above sink are considered second egress.
      Also doors open outwards, so unless you have a disability that prevents you from crawling over the bed, I believe that this would be considered a safe egress even with the murphy bed in the down position…

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