Sweet Container Home That Sleeps Four!

20′ Recycled Shipping Container -- Just amazing only selling because I got a government job in DC and my life plans changed. I was building this for myself so it was done the right way.

Water Heater Instant Style, simple external water hose hook up easy convert to solid water line, can hard wire for permanency or just hook up to rv hook ups, gfc plugs, shelves, twin pullout bed and full bed with under storage in bedroom(sleeps 4).

110 power throughout, All new high end appliances and faucets, Refrigerator, microwave, water heater, cb panel, gas stove, brand new ceiling a/c and heater unit

All furniture included ready to move in

Back doors closed and wall built but could be opened up

Big Shower, barn wood sliding doors, custom real wood walls and high end fabric in bedroom

Dual flush full size toilet

external real wood external singing and steel all sealed and treated

screens on all windows dead bolt lock

easy access to plumbing underneath once place on foundation

Smaller homes are less expensive than larger ones in terms of taxes and building, heating, maintenance, and repair costs. In addition to costing less, small houses may encourage a less cluttered and simpler lifestyle and reduce ecological impacts for their residents. The typical size of a small home seldom exceeds 500 square feet. The typical tiny house on wheels is usually less than 8 ft by 20 ft, with livable space totaling 120 square feet or less, for ease of towing and to exempt it from the need for a building permit.

Small houses may emphasize design over size, utilize dual purpose features and multi-functional furniture, and incorporate technological advances of space saving equipment and appliances. Vertical space optimization is also a common feature of small houses and apartments.

As small houses may be attractive as second homes, their increased utilization may lead to development of more land. People interested in building a small home can encounter institutional “discrimination” when building codes require minimum size well above the size of a small home. Also, neighbors may be hostile because they fear negative impacts on their property values. There has also been opposition based on this fact, due to concerns about increased taxes.

Downsizing to tiny forces compromise. Compromise can make big things happen, like building a mortgage-free dream house. During the compromise, unexpected and amazing gifts appear. For us, the gifts are deeper relationships and connection as well as a clearer vision of how we want to live our lives. It’s like we’ve been in some sort of therapy–the therapist is a house, and she made us fall deeper in love. No one else can say what is the right size for your home. It is the most intimate and personal space there is. Try listening to your home; it has lessons to teach. Make the most of where you live right now.

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