10 TINY CONTAINER CABINS FOR SALE | THE CASA CLUB

10 TINY CONTAINER CABINS FOR SALE

Greetings from the tiny container cabins world again! 🙂

It must be the weather because we at The Casa Club have seen nothing but awesome shipping container cabins! Did you see the photos from the Hayhurst Container House last week? It was so lovely! We also mentioned a few posts back that we should do another roundup of tiny container cabins currently for sale. As usual, we share all shipping container homes here. The pretty, the okay looking, and the ugly; it is all a good source of inspiration for us! Enjoy 🙂

  1.   Bishops stortford Essex, England
  • Price: $9,999
  • Size (sq. ft.): 160
  • Bedrooms: 1

This amazing 20 foot container conversion was done to an extremely high standard by professionals. It has toughened double glazed PVC windows and doors, and is insulated to keep it warm in the winter and cool in the summer.

We love the wood finish on the interior and the raw look of the wood siding on the walls. The inlaid wood patterns on the doors and windows are a fantastic touch. This tiny container cabin has five double plug sockets with LCD lighting giving off a perfect glow. It also has the option to be converted into a fully functional small home for anyone who is interested.

2.       Ventura, CA

  • Price: $28,000
  • Size (sq. ft.): 320
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1

This 8×40 foot tiny container cabin has been converted into 320 square feet of living space. The large amount of windows and glass doors give it an abundance of natural light that helps the home feel bigger and more open. We love the cork floors that provide a comfortable feel and an up-cycled look. 

The full bathroom has complete fixtures and modern cabinetry and uses a tankless water heater for all your hot water needs. The clawfoot tub is a beautiful, classic touch that adds an element of elegance to this tiny container cabin. With so many small details, this home is big on style.

3.       Maui, Hawaii

  • Price: $75,000
  • Size (sq. ft.): 320
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1

This 40 foot tiny container cabin is built on a legal trailer chassis and has some fantastic contemporary touches that we love at The Casa Club. The kitchen and dining area are adorned with modern stainless steel appliances and cabinetry hardware that bring a new style to the classic rural colors and setting of this tiny container cabin. 

The soapstone countertops and sliding barn doors that adorn the kitchen are reminiscent of the new country home style that has become incredibly popular. We love everything about this tiny container cabin all the way down the Australian Cypress hardwood flooring.

4.       Hwy 60, Vernon

  • Price: $45000
  • Size (sq. ft.): 320
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1

This 8×40 converted tiny container cabin has plenty of space to hold all of its style and comfort. The custom made cabinetry is made from dark oak and pine that bring a cozy feel to the corrugated Gavalume metal siding of the interior walls. Combined with the oak hardwood floors, we love the contrast going on on the inside of this tiny container cabin. 

The knotty pine doors are another rural design element that helps tone down the industrial feel. The glass vessel sink in the bathroom is another touch that we always love to see. It has a way of bringing class and an ornate feel to any tiny container cabin. On top of all this, it is fully solar ready for completely off-the-grid living.

5.       Springfield, Oregon

  • Price: $30,000
  • Size (sq. ft.): 320
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1

This 320 square foot tiny container cabin features one bedroom and one combination kitchen and living room. Using closed cell foam insulation, the builders have managed to keep this home cozy and warm, even in the cold winter months. The propane, on demand water heater also helps things stay comfortable as does the electric heating. 

The bathroom features an independent vanity and a 3 foot walk-in shower. Even if this tiny container home is short on space, there is no end to the convenient features! We love the birch cabinets that adorn the bathroom as well as the built in shelving in the bedroom. This tiny container cabin is a comfortable, homey-feeling space for anyone with imagination.

6.       Columbus, Texas

  • Price: $20,000
  • Size (sq. ft.): 160
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1

This tiny container cabin in Columbus, Texas is a rural getaway that is big on country style. Built from a 20×8 one-time use shipping container, the builders have created something truly unique and interesting. The wood stud walls and drywall interior provide enough insulation to keep the tiny container cabin warm, and the kitchen area’s large sink and mini-fridge can hold enough supplies to get through the winter. 

The bathroom features a large walk-in shower with cultured marble sides and two shower heads. We love the custom cabinets, which are made from reclaimed barn wood and feature unique antler pull knobs. This tiny container cabin is a must for any outdoor lover who wants some of the creature comforts of home.

7.        Stephentown, NY

  • Price: $25,000
  • Size (sq. ft.): 160
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1

The style and design of this tiny container cabin is all about simplicity. With Anderson 400 windows and closed cell foam insulation, there is no problem keeping the heat in and the cold out. With full off-the-grid capability, it is equipped to be heated by propane, but you also have the option of running off traditional heat sources as well, since the back utility room features a full electrical panel and hot water heater. 

The bathroom ceiling is 100% cedar and the kitchen features beautifully constructed hickory cabinets and a large sink with lots of counter space. We love the full size bar top and stools as well. This tiny container cabin is a full functional country getaway for anyone who loves style and substance all wrapped up into one. 

8.       Courtenay, Canada

  • Price: $26000
  • Size (sq. ft.): 160
  • Bedrooms: 1

This next home on our list puts the “tiny” in tiny container cabin. However, what it lacks in size has been more than made up for in the clever design choices. The large front glass doors open up to create a world of open air and the fold-down double wall bed is a fantastic space saver as well. 

The custom cabinetry is beautifully inlaid and intricately designed as well. We love the double sink and all the available storage that is perfect for stowing things when they aren’t needed in order to make more room. Everything has been built brand new, including the sold hardwood floors and it is ready to move to the property of your choice for years of enjoyment. 

9.       Hagerstown, Maryland

  • Price: $59,999
  • Size (sq. ft.): 160
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1

The first thing that jumps out about this tiny container cabin is the intricately designed exterior siding. There is no doubt that this is a funky and meticulously thought out home and would be a perfect choice for anyone who likes to express themselves with where they live. Inside, though, this tiny container cabin is just as interesting and unique. 

We love the recycled wall panels and engineered laminate flooring. With a 2-burner gas cooktop to save space and energy, this tiny container cabin is efficient and eco friendly while still maintaining a sense of style and a contemporary attitude.

10.   Braham, Minnesota

  • Price: $15,249
  • Size (sq. ft.): 160
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1

This fully furnished tiny container cabin is built from a new 20’ shipping container. The 6’ patio door that is hidden away behind the double swing doors offers a sense of security without cutting off access to the outdoor areas. The R10 wood laminate floor surface is comfortable and easy to walk on while providing insulation all throughout the home. 

The custom cabinetry and countertop in the kitchen space brings an element of homey comfort to this tiny container cabin. We love the simplicity and no nonsense style that this home has as well as the modern conveniences such as AC, heat and electric cooktop.

So what do you think? Which tiny container cabin would you buy? 🙂

Information Source: Tiny House Listings

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