This is an Escape Vista tiny house with a bedside pop up TV (and lots of storage) that was just built and headed to Hudson Valley in New York. Have you heard of cityscaping? It’s a new term for people getting out of large, crowded cities for obvious reasons.
According to recent statistics, thousands of people have fled New York City, and other large cities, during the last few months. Some are actually buying tiny homes and setting them up outside of the city. Real estate websites are also seeing a huge uptick in searches for smaller towns. By the way, please don’t miss the video tour of this unit at the bottom of this article.
ONE XL Tall! Cypress exterior, painted walls w/maple trim, stainless range, M/W, stone tops, pantry, stacked W/D, dining/work table + USB, living room with fireplace/entertainment center, UHD Smart TV, closet, stone tops. Stairway to second floor, queen size walk around bed with nightstands, skyway to front bedroom/sitting room. Window coverings, blackout in bedroom areas. HE A/C heat pump,on demand water heater …the list goes on!
So he acquired the van and used his DIY skills to carefully convert it into a modern tiny home (in a van) for a total of only $3,500 (including the cost of buying the van) and then turned around and sold it for $12,000 (after several months). You can always see what he’s up to next on his YouTube, Instagram, and website where he offers his Campervan Conversion Guide eBook.
This is a prototype for the Escape Sport, a lightweight fiberglass travel trailer concept from Escape Traveler. A little secret, there are actually 3 of these built, and Escape is looking to sell them right now at a discount. Check availability and info on their sales page right here. Pricing for the Sport starts at $24,800.
Personally, I think these are awesome because they are super lightweight, all-fiberglass, sleep 4, and they even have a kitchen and bathroom. It also has solar-power and weighs about 2,500 pounds. The Sport is 12’6″ in length (16’8″ with hitch), 7’4″ wide, and 8’8″ tall. Full specs below. What do you think?
This is a tiny house with a real bedroom. It is Matthew Ryan’s tiny home on wheels and he started building at when he was only 16 years old. We told you about that on April 6, 2020 in this post, remember? Even though he did it for less than $8,000, it still took him two years to finish! It’s a lot of hard work to build your tiny house. But in the end, you can end up with something like this, which is pretty amazing.
Everyone seems to love the way that Matthew designed and built his tiny house and I think it’s because of the way that he built-out his bedroom. It’s spacious and lives like a bedroom in an ordinary house, even though it’s a tiny house on wheels. See below…
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