Converting a sturdy 40-foot transport commodity into a livable premises, this 40′ shipping container home includes most appliances you’ll need for living comfortably. Throw in some wheels for mobility, and you’re good to go!
Want to know everything you get with this one? Keep scrolling to find out!
Tiny Home Size
- 40’ long
- 8’ wide
Tiny Home Price
$58,000 located in Heber City, UT.
Tiny Home Features
- The solar system, combined with the composting toilet and water tanks, lets you live off the land without a worry in the world.
- While an 8 or 9 thousand BTU AC is suitable for smaller tiny homes, the larger area of this one demands a better unit and houses a 12,000 BTU variant instead.
- Offering a better R-value per inch of insulation compared to others, the hardy and cost-effective spray foam insulation makes this shipping container home winter-ready!
- Have a heavy-duty pickup ready? Good! This home sits on wheels and is ready to be hitched wherever your dream destination is.
On the outside, the solid construction of a typical 40′ shipping container home adorns this one as well, exuding green hues from all corners. Slide the door open and you’ll notice the light interiors with wood flooring that make it look even better.
The kitchenette comes first, featuring all the cooking essentials and then some. The brick backsplash and cabinets suit the pseudo-rustic theme, while the natural light from the main door and the window gives the entire room a golden glow.
The living area to the left is minimal to provide more kitchen space but can still comfortably house a loveseat with a TV on the wall for entertainment. A great addition, especially for a tiny home, is adding a small retractable table attached to the wall for work/dining in confined quarters!
To the right, the bedroom is big enough for a double bed, or a queen if you’re fine with utilizing vertical space for clothes storage instead of a closet.
Attached to the bedroom is the bathroom, which has all the standard fixtures you’d expect. The shower and the vanity sink leave enough walk-around space, while the choice between a composting toilet and a regular one lets you decide whether you want an off-the-grid home or a permanent residence connected to the water supply.
In the end, if you’re looking for a slightly larger towable home that can be used off the grid, the search ends here!
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For more information about this shipping container home, check out the complete listing in the Tiny House Marketplace. Make sure that you let them know that iTinyHouses.com sent you their way.