Six-bedroom house made from shipping containers has a stunning interior

A house made from shipping containers has rightly wowed people with its stunning six bedrooms and snazzy living area, all inside 6,221 square metres.

Based in the Waikato region in New Zealand, the property was created using 12 shipping containers, transforming them into a luxurious space.

Connecting the two-floor containers is a high-glass atrium, with a swanky staircase that might remind you of construction sites, but has been decorated to give a rustic feel.

Listed on website Trade Me, the large home boasts a mini swimming pool in the front yard.

As well as the six bedrooms, there are also three toilets and three bathrooms.

And because it’s New Zealand, there’s plenty of greenery at the front and back of the house.

London could never.


The house is described as being: ‘Designed with an industrial scale and theme, the open plan living areas feature a high atrium that houses a significant and prominent staircase interlinking the second-storied living spaces.

The listing adds: ‘Natural light is prevalent throughout the dwelling that features individual living zones, up to six bedrooms, three toilets, three bathrooms, and polished concrete floors to complete the industrial theme.’


The pool is also said to have an infinity-like feel, as it is above ground, overlooking a beautiful landscape.

The listing continues: ‘Clever design elements through this space provide a view corridor all the way through the ground floor to the neighbouring lake area contributing to the spatial grandeur.

‘Intricate bespoke lighting, quality bathroom tiling, and a wood-burning fire are just a small fraction of the form and content on offer that only can be appreciated by viewing.’

If you’re wondering how much the property costs, unfortunately, the price is not listed.

Those interested in buying will need to get in touch with the sellers to negotiate a price.

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