Comfort, style, and mobility: there’s so much to love about these new ESCAPE Vista tiny homes-on-wheels.
Many nationally-recognized critics have raved about these mini cabins-on-the-go. They’ve been seen on The Today Show, The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, and Forbes, who named them as “The World’s Most Beautiful Tiny House”.
On the outside, they’re elegantly designed with cedar vertical siding and cedar trim.
They live up to the name “Vista” with four giant Low-E windows in the living room area. And if you’d like, for more privacy, you can request some or all of the windows be made of obscure glass.
Inside, the homes are polished with pine tongue and groove and pine trim, and laminate flooring (or oak hardwood).
The elegantly-designed kitchens, built with maple cabinetry, provide a comfy, spacious setting to cook. They come with a stainless sink, designer faucet, table, under-counter fridge/freezer, upper shelving space and optional cooktop.
The bedroom/living area is surrounded by huge windows, most of which can open up. A cozy double bed sits in one corner, a queen bed is optional as well.
And no need to worry about missing your favorite shows. An optional flatscreen TV with Blu-Ray can pop up right next to your bed:
Every inch of the 160-square-feet is designed efficiently. Extra storage space is squeezed in everywhere, like underneath the bed and beside it:
Between the kitchen and bathroom, there are full-height storage cabinets where you can store extra kitchenware, appliances, blankets, coats, or even towels:
Inside the bathroom, you’ll find a 60″ tub and shower, vanity to store your toiletries, a Toto toilet, LED lighting, towel bars and a vent van.
To keep you warm in the winter, the trailer has insulation with closed cell foam, along with a baseboard heater and thermostat. And during the blazing hot summer, there’s a highly efficient ceiling A/C that will cool you off.
You can also request a washer/dryer combo, stone counter-tops, and USB outlets. They’re built with plumbing, an on-demand water heater, and standard RV hook-ups for utilities. The home sits on top of a robust steel trailer for easy towing.
For a better idea of the whole layout, take a look at this floor plan:
Pricing starts around $46,600. The builds take about 1-2 months to make, and come with a 2+ year warranty.
They also make a Vista XL for larger families, and Vista Go, which is slightly smaller. For more details on getting your own Escape Vista home-on-wheels, click here to check out their website.