The Tiny Bunker is a tiny house vacation property located in Todd, North Carolina, United States. The cozy tiny house shipping container home can accommodate up to 2 guests with one bedroom and one bathroom. During your vacation stay, you'll have the entire steel container tiny house to yourself. Access to the tiny house is by self-check-in with a lockbox. The Tiny Bunker provides a vacation retreat with the best of both worlds, you can enjoy a retreat in nature, and its only a 5-minute walk to historic downtown Todd or a 15 to 20-minute drive to downtown Boone and W.Jefferson.
You'll enjoy the well-appointed Tiny Bunker steel container home and its two decks, with private access to a hot tub, dining nook, fire table, and comfy outdoor furniture. During your vacation stay, you can cook meals in the Bunker's small kitchen or the outdoor grilling area. Relax and refresh while you experience the joy of small house living. The Tiny Bunker steel container home was designed and built with the vision for a simple yet comfortable living space that supports a deep connection with nature and a smaller footprint on the planet.
The meticulously designed 160 square foot tiny house design makes use of every inch of space and lacks for nothing. With the small interior footprint, the majority of the tiny house space is dedicated to two truly magical outdoor areas. The outdoor main deck is equipped with a hot tub, fire pit, dining area, and seating area to relax and enjoy nature. The second deck brings you even further amongst the trees, accentuating the winter views of the mountains.
During your vacation stay, you can read a good book, take a nap, or enjoy the view of the trees while you relax on the outdoor patio furniture on the second deck. You can expect to see birds, deer, and other wildlife during your vacation stay. The shipping container home was built with all the essentials and packaged into a cozy, comfortable, and retreat-like space. With an emphasis on sustainability, the tiny house is powered from the nearby community solar garden and guests can reduce their waste by recycling and composting on the property.
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