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Ever end up in a black hole of one-click ordering on Amazon, even though you really just intended to restock your paper-towel supply? (To be fair, it’s way more fun to buy silk pillowcases than cleaning products.) Well, gird your wallets, Amazon shoppers: Your next impulse purchase on the platform can now be a literal house.

According to Curbed, the online marketplace will deliver the tiny (as in, 320 square feet each) shipping-container houses sold by MODS International to your location of choice. But there’s no free two-day shipping for this hefty order: The $36,000 units cost $4,500 to ship.

The small, sustainable units come with an appliance-clad kitchenette, bath fixtures, and hookups for plumbing, electric, and water—some are even fully furnished.

The small, sustainable living spaces come with an appliance-clad kitchenette, bath fixtures, and hookups for plumbing, electric, and water—some are even fully furnished.

Sure, adjusting to a tiny-home lifestyle might require some Marie Kondo–inspired purging of your material goods, but considering you’ll finally be able to live out your Tiny House Nation obsession IRL, it might be worth it.

Ikea’s new pet furniture wants to make your home more fur-friendly. (But don’t forget to treat yourself to these healthy-home finds too!)