Yes, that's right. Shipping containers.
A Boulder home recently hit the market for $3.15 million, and the 4,000-square foot, four-bedroom, four-bathroom property sits at the foot of Flagstaff Mountain. The home was built in 2012, and the entire second level of the house is built from two 53-foot shipping containers. It was the first home in Boulder to use shipping containers as part of a modular home structure.
Mark Gelband and Courtney Loveman built the unique home located at 505 College Avenue using the shipping container and reclaimed wood and steel. The property is a work of art, blending creativity, sustainability, and functionality.
Custom-built from top to bottom, the 1,800-square-foot lower level has concrete floors, high ceilings, and huge windows, and used 100-year-old reclaimed wood. An open-air kitchen is spacious and bright, welcoming all who enter, and the adjoining living room opens to a patio outdoor kitchen and firepit.
The master bedroom has a private staircase, two private decks, a large walk-in closet, and a small sitting area. Two of the upper-level bedrooms share a 500-square-foot outdoor deck.
A mix of outdoor and indoor living, this home is truly a one-of-a-kind creation and shows the love and care that went into the project. The property is listed with Zach Zeldner of Compass. Check out a virtual tour of the home below:
Would you want to call this unique house home? What do you think about converting old shipping containers into homes? Do you know of any other luxury properties in Colorado made from repurposed and reclaimed materials? Share with us in the comments.