Honomobo Shipping Container Homes

Feb 24, 2017

Category: Living

In true recycled fashion, Honomobo homes are made from former shipping containers that are conjoined and repurposed into quaint modern homes for single individuals and small families. In fact, there are multiple floor plans to choose from in addition to the handful of amenities featured.

Altogether, each beautiful space offers hundred to thousands of square feet for comfortable living. Floor plans feature anything from a large living room and dining room to a full kitchen and floor-to-ceiling glass in some instances resulting single home options that are truly magnificent. Buyers can also obtain high-quality heating and cooling systems along with hot water heaters. Also, Honomobo offers upgrades to each home’s insulation in order to cut down on heating and cooling bills as well as the ability to run the home off of solar energy for a completely net positive experience. Each Honomobo home can be mortgaged through a bank or broker, installed on a permanent location of your choice, and is available with prices starting at $39,800. [Purchase]

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