Small container homes are awesome; they're recycled, they give you plenty of space to hang out in, and they're affordable. But they get even better when they are close to everything in downtown. This Airbnb listing in Houston lets you have all that and more. The container home has everything you need for a fun and short or extended stay.
The "living pod" is designed for tiny home luxury. You'll have a fridge and a microwave in the home for your food needs. Visitors also have access to a desk table and WiFi if they need to work and TV for entertainment. The best part of the house might be outside of the home itself. There is a shaded balcony that is just perfect to read a good book or have your morning coffee on. On the other side of that, there is a hammock you are more than welcome to lay on.
This is a tiny home so it is only big enough for two people who don't mind sharing a bed. You will have air conditioning and heating on the chance that this crazy Texas weather changes on you. The 160-square-foot shipping container is sure to satisfy your tiny home needs.
A night at this home is listed at $23 for two people. There are plenty of nights still available for the rest of the year. As with any Airbnb, we suggest booking in advance to ensure you get a great stay.
For more information on this awesome container home and to book your stay, you can check out their Airbnb page here.
Tiny Container Home
Price Per Night: $23
Address or Neighborhood: Houston, Texas
Why you need to go: This home is super awesome and has a balcony that anyone would love to sit and have a cup of coffee on.
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