Greetings from California! 🙂
Happy December fellow non-traditional home enthusiasts! Starting our month off on the right foot, we have another The Casa Club exclusive for you! This one is particularly special because the owners of the home and the builders both shared with us this awe-inspiring container home. Located in Joshua Tree National Park, California, The Joshua Tree Container Home is a tiny home lover’s off-grid getaway.
The owners of The Joshua Tree Container Home worked with Alternative Living Spaces and Container Guys International to make their container dreams come true. Made with a 20 foot container, this home includes a 12 foot wide sliding glass door, a roof top desk, wooden porch, and is completely off-grid. This mint green tiny container home was/is actually intended to become an Airbnb rental. If you follow container homes on Instagram, as we do closely, you could have read that The Joshua Tree Container Home was broken into and vandalized. This is awful!Not only did the owners work tirelessly to make their dream of having a container home on Airbnb a reality but now they have secured a new piece of land to make sure it doesn’t happen again. So for right now, their Airbnb listing isn’t up, BUT if you want a tiny container home just like this…Alternative Living Spaces has the model up for sale.
Located in Las Vegas, Nevada, this model is a 20′ container that is built out to be used for full time living, a guest room or as an Airbnb/ vacation rental to generate additional income. The unit is designed with the highest quality material and completed by master craftsman. This unit can be placed on a permanent foundation as an ADU (Additional Dwelling Unit) to a main home or it can be placed on a trailer which will classify it as an RV (You’d be able to place the unit anywhere you could place an RV).
- 20′ Container
- 143 Sq. Ft. Full Bathroom (Includes Corrugated Steel Shower, Vanity, Toilet and Mirror)
- Kitchen with Granite Counter Top
- Stainless Steel or Oil Rubbed Bronze Fixtures
- Flooring (Multiple Options)
- Custom Barn Door with Hardware
- Shiplap Walls for the Interior
- Standard Electrical & Sewage Hook Up
And they even did a really interesting interview with Container Guys! Check it out 🙂
So what do you think? Would you stay here or buy your own?