If you want something truly unique, then a shipping container home is the way to go! This stunning home is bright, open, cozy, and waiting for you to make it your new home!
Tiny Home Size
- 48′ long
- 8′ wide
Tiny Home Price
Tiny Home Features
- Full kitchen with gas stove, sink, and refrigerator as well as cabinetry.
- Bathroom with shower, toilet, sink, and on demand ventless constant hot water heater. PEX plumbing throughout kitchen and bathroom.
- Partially finished 5’x8′ room behind the bathroom for storage, office, closet, or small kids play room.
- Includes bunk beds with memory foam mattress.
- Recessed LED lighting, wood subfloor with solid concrete overlay and lifetime warranty on hardwood flooring.
- R-13 insulated.
The length of this home is ideal for creating a large living space, open bedroom, or just a basic easy to use living space you can customize. On one end you have the bunk beds, but this area could be converted into a living room with a sofa or futons.
As you can see, the door on the side of the home opens up right into the kitchen giving you tons of room for customizing the space for your needs. It’s practically a blank slate for you to design!
The open living plan works well for most tiny homes, but you can section off this area or add another interior wall if you want to create a private bedroom.
I love the addition of the full-sized refrigerator and stove in this kitchen. While often lacking in tiny homes, it’s a huge bonus for those who want to live in the unit full time.
With all of the open wall space, you can so easily add extra shelves, cabinets, and storage options. Or, just add your own unique spin on home decor!
The kitchen cabinets may not be fancy, but they are plentiful. Plus, you have wooden shiplap ceilings that really add to the style of the home. It’s a nice combination of modern and rustic all in a truly unique base!
The bathroom is just behind the kitchen, and while not fancy, it has everything that you need. I appreciate the on-demand hot water heater, especially since it is a ventless unit! There is plenty of open space for more shelves, cabinets, or baskets to store items.
A basic flush toilet is installed but you could easily add a composting toilet if you prefer to be in a more off-grid situation.
A basic shower stall is next to the toilet with built-in shelves for your toiletries. You may notice that the doors don’t have trim all around the edges, but that’s something you can easily change if wanted.
This bonus room behind the bathroom is a nice addition that can easily be used for storage, a small office space, a walk-in closet, or could even be a kid’s room or playroom.
For more information about this converted shipping container tiny home, check out the full listing in Tiny House Marketplace. Let them know that iTinyHouses.com sent you their way.