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Escape One, Version Two: Zen Tiny House on Wheels

This is the second version of the Escape One zen tiny house on wheels by Escape, a tiny house builder in Wisconsin.

We showed you Version One back in April, but this new video tour below shows some of the different options available for the inside of your Escape One, including a gas stove and huge windows in the living room. Be sure to check it out and get the additional details at the end of the post.

Enjoy!

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Escape One, Version Two: Zen Tiny House on Wheels

Images via Escape

Your zen-like view when relaxing on the couch.

Stairs (with safety railing!) leading to the sleeping loft.

This customer wanted a built-in storage couch.

One of the kitchen options with sink and gas burner.

Images via Escape

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Video: Escape One Version 2

Details: 

  • SIZE: 25′ long,(30′ including hitch) x 8.5’W x 13’6″H. RVIA Certified Travel Trailer.
  • SQUARE FOOTAGE: 276 sq/ft. including second floor
  • PRICE: Introductory MSRP $49,800 with standard items.
  • MODEL: You can see ONE at our Factory. Just call 844.696.3722. Here are other locations.
  • WEIGHT: 8500 lbs. Exact weight depends on options.
  • TRAILER: Steel, 7000 lb tandem axles, radial tires, electric brakes, Hopkins break-away safety system, easy use leveling jacks, steel, rodent resistant belly.
  • EXTERIOR: Unique Shou Sugi Ban style siding. Full light 36″ glass entry door. Low-E windows, many open.
  • INTERIOR: Raw Lodgepole Pine center match with pine trim. Laminate flooring (option: oak hardwood). Pine solid core bathroom door, optional frosted full light door.
  • INSULATION: Closed cell foam using recycled products, 7.4 R value per inch. Avg. R values R30.
  • CLIMATE CONTROL OPTIONS: High efficiency split system A/C with heat pump, LP furnace with thermostat. Baseboard heat included. Solar Power and Off-Grid Features available.
  • MULTI-PURPOSE FIRST FLOOR LIVING AREA: LED lighting, extensive storage, panoramic + opening windows, book/storage shelf. First floor can be dining area + office or bedroom or living room or multi-purpose room.
  • SECOND FLOOR: LED Lighting, panoramic plus opening windows, 64 sq/ft, nearly 5′ ceiling. Perfect for bedroom, playroom, office or living space. Expandable to 108 sq/ft.
  • STORAGE: Large under stairway closet plus drawers, wall wood pegs.
  • UTILITY HOOK-UPS: Standard RV hook-ups including 30 amp electric plug, 3/4″ water connection and 3″ quick couple septic connection. Optional water tanks available.
  • PLUMBING: 3/4″ pex water lines, on demand LP hot water heater.
  • OPTIONAL KITCHEN: Pine cabinetry, hideaway sink/LP stove, under counter frig/freezer, solid butcher block tops, upper shelving.
  • BATHROOM: 36″ tub/shower, designer sink, Toto toilet, LED lighting, towel bars, low sohn vent fan, storage shelves.
  • OTHER OPTIONS: Queen bed, full or twin beds, flatscreen TV with Blu-ray, stone counter top, USB outlets, cellular shades, exterior shower.
  • WARRANTY: 2 years plus.

Want a tiny house like this one? Get in touch with Escape on their website here.

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributing writer for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She is a coffee-loving wannabe homesteader who dreams of becoming self-sufficient in her own tiny home someday. Natalie currently resides in a tiny apartment with her husband, Casey, in Massachusetts.
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  • Fred Enzel June 24, 2017, 9:55 am

    This is simply gorgeous. The floor plan is excellent and the finishes are equally beautiful. There are just so many “I could live in THOWs going by that it is becoming impossible to decide when you see the ones escape produces.

  • MareM June 24, 2017, 5:53 pm

    I’ve always loved the Escapes, but this one is my favorite. Beautiful and liveable. Well done!

  • jerry June 25, 2017, 6:25 pm

    It would be great 2’+ shorter without the loft, stairs.
    And make the couch into a couchbed.
    Otherwise just put a solar panel porch roof facing south, raincatcher system and good to go.

  • Claude June 26, 2017, 9:52 am

    How do you get a nearly 5 foot clearance in the loft without lowering the ceiling on the main floor and the trailer axels..?

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