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THE PAPAYA CONTAINER HOME

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THE PAPAYA CONTAINER HOME

Today we are sharing with you a very noteworthy shipping container home that comes with a healthy chunk of land! So if you are looking to move to Costa Rica, check this home out, and back your bags! 🙂

Located in Puerto Viejo, Limon, Costa Rica, Bio Caribe has a plot of land for sale that includes a shipping container home. 10 minutes from Punta Uva, which a price range of $51,000- $70,000 (not sure if this in USD or not), property #14 is located at the neighborhood “Frutos del Caribe”. The property name is “Papaya”. The property measures 1 ha 0442 m2. On this property they have built the first container home at Bio Caribe.

   

THE PAPAYA CONTAINER HOME

   

The living area consists of two 40 ft containers plus additional areas. This home is an off the grid house with self-harvesting water system. With a 100 ft underground pipe system we supply fresh air to the house as it’s a natural air conditioner. On the side of the house we build a 40,000-liter storage tank for rain water. This water is purified with special filters. From your house and roof top you have an incredible panoramic view over the Panamanian Mountains.

The bathroom here gets serious points for style! With a wide open design, a large bathtub, a simple but beautiful sink, and a gorgeous back wall, it is a work of art all by itself. The same design elements which you saw in the bathroom are repeated in the living room. According to the description for the home, it is a project of Bio Caribe, a company which promotes itself on its website as, “Costa Rica’s First Sustainable Caribbean Real Estate.”

   

THE PAPAYA CONTAINER HOME

   

THE PAPAYA CONTAINER HOME

    

THE PAPAYA CONTAINER HOME

    

THE PAPAYA CONTAINER HOME

    

THE PAPAYA CONTAINER HOME

   

THE PAPAYA CONTAINER HOME

   

THE PAPAYA CONTAINER HOME

    

The home is surrounded by beautiful, dense forest land. Sitting out on this patio and enjoying the sunlight and the breeze rustling through the leaves would be such a lovely experience.

    

So what do you think? Would you live here?

   

   

Information Source:  iTinyHouses, BioCaribe Costa Rica

Photo Source:  Tiny House Marketplace FB

   

   

   

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