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Affordability, simplicity dictate Salt Lake City container home [Video]
After more than 2 years of hard work and a couple of early bureaucratic bumps in the road, real estate broker and low-income housing advocate Jeff White's 'Sarah House' hits the market for $135K.
Mon, Feb 17, 2014 at 12:29 PM
More info on this unfussy yet thoughtfully designed shipping container abode
can be found over at Crossroads Urban Center
, a nonprofit community organization in Salt Lake City that's seeking an interested buyer with an annual income of less than $39,000 ($45,000 for a couple). Currently listed at $135,000, the 672-square-foot dwelling was a true labor of love for big-hearted builder/designer Jeff White — a real estate agent on a mission to provide "sensible homes with a little soul to our neighbors who have none" — who hopes to bring the price point down even further for future iterations of the ordinal Sarah House
With a goal to "provide fast, green-minded, safe, affordable homes for the underserved," the Sarah House Project is cargotecture done right.
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