Jaw Dropping Washington Container Home Built After Joke Challenge
An unbelievable house in Washington State was built on the premise of a bet and now it looks amazing and it's up for sale.
A Vancouver Washington Container Home For Sale For $2 Million
I'm a huge fan of container houses and when I came across this Washington beauty, I just had to write about it.
Washington Container Home Featured On HGTV Will Blow Your Mind
There have been several videos and newspaper articles about this container home because it's truly one of a kind.
The property is in Vancouver Washington and it's a spectacular piece of engineering and construction because it's made up of railroad shipping containers.
A 17,000 Square Foot Container Home Was Built As A Joke
The owner of the property recounts in the video below, how and why the house was built on the basis of a joke and a bet.
The owner has now put the property up for sale for a cool $2 million and it's absolutely stunning inside. We've compiled some incredible photos from the listing to show you how amazing this container home really is.
Unbelievable Washington Container Home Built After Bet
I'd live in this pretty amazing home if I had the money. It took 11 railroad containers to construct this home and it's got all of the amenities that you'd want in a house. The property is like a tiny home of steroids.
Here are details from the listing about the property:
Built-in 2015 and previously featured on HGTV, this one-of-a-kind container home consists of 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, 4,074 sq ft and is nestled on a 17,424 sq ft lot where one can enjoy nature in the Japanese-style garden which includes an orchard with fruit-bearing trees: Kiwi, Pomegranate, Fig, Persimmon, Bing cherry, Plums, Asian pear, and Honeycrisp apple and a special greenhouse. The courtyard Koi pond is visible from all areas of the home, including the aquarium glass in the Sunken conversation pit and the stylish open bar with hand-carved Balinese wood countertops. Entertain in the covered outdoor kitchen with concrete counters and views of the gorgeous grounds.
Built using 11 shipping containers, which are stacked and rotated while integrated into a wood frame structure with concrete walls and beautifully placed windows, it has a variety of unique, hand-picked, recycled materials throughout. The commercial-grade kitchen with a large natural stone island and heated concrete floors creates a wonderful gathering place for family and friends.
The partial views of the Columbia River from various areas of the home add to the beauty of this space. Take your pick of an office upstairs or downstairs, a traditional Japanese tea or meditation room, a family room upstairs with an indoor atrium, or a multifunctional area upstairs for crafts or homeschooling. Imagine sleeping in a main level Treehouse master bedroom.
This home is appealing to the individual or the entertainer with its Architectural design & creative elements throughout the home. The secluded location is near necessary amenities, the airport, the Columbia River, and freeways.
It's an amazing property and you can get more details on the listing here