This is an affordable and newly built all-electric Escape eBoho Go tiny house that’s available immediately from the builder.
The tiny house is only 16 feet long but it has an impressive list of features and amenities, including wrap-around windows that are all operable, a kitchen with a large solid multi-functional butcher block top, a closet, 11 feet of shelving, a queen bed on the main level, a beautiful glass door entry, and a bathroom with a full-size shower. All for just $41,190. Check it out below!
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New Escape eBoho GO Tiny House for $41,190
The eBoho GO also includes a comfortable queen bed and a bathroom with a full-size shower, providing all the necessary amenities for full-time living. The tiny home is equipped with a High-Efficiency A/C Heat Pump, ensuring a comfortable temperature no matter the weather outside.
The eBoho GO’s kitchen is a true standout, boasting a large solid butcher block top, an induction cooktop, a deep sink, and an under-counter fridge/freezer. The kitchen/workspace also includes drawer storage and 11 feet of shelving, making it the perfect multi-purpose area for cooking, working, and entertaining. The tiny house also features built in USB outlets, making it easy to keep your devices charged in the tiny house.
The bathroom in the tiny house features a full-size shower, operable window, toilet, storage, and a compact porcelain sink that’s just right for the space!
Overall, the eBoho GO by Escape is a versatile, efficient, and stylish tiny home perfect for anyone looking to downsize or possibly even live on the road. It’s small but mighty, with all the features and amenities you need for full-time living in a compact space. Be sure to watch the video and check out the specifications to get a better idea of this beautiful tiny home below! It’s offered and available immediately at $41,190. What do you think? Learn more below! Inquire to purchase here.
VIDEO TOUR – Escape eBoho Go Tiny House Available Now
- 16-foot Escape eBoho Go Tiny House
- The queen-size bed on the main level
- Spacious full-size shower in the bathroom
- Operable windows to allow fresh air and natural light
- Compact porcelain sink that fits in the bathroom perfectly
- Versatile tiny home design suitable for both downsizing, road living, or as a rental
- All necessary amenities are included making it ideal for full-time minimalist living
- Stylish exterior and interior finishes give this tiny house a modern appeal
- Efficient energy performance, allowing you to save more on utilities
- Lightweight construction allows easy transportation and mobility
- The affordable price tag of just $41,190 makes this an attractive option
- Video tour available (above) so you can get a better look at the eBoho GO!
- https://www.escapetraveler.net/sale1 << to inquire/purchase
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Don’t like the kitchen counter. Like to know why the window in bathroom is not behind toilet. If it were the you could have a mirror above the sink.
“Like to know why the window in bathroom is not behind toilet.”
Three main reasons, in no particular order as each is a factor but first placing it centrally allows natural light to reach the rest of the interior and not just the bathroom. Second, it provides ventilation and the priority for ventilation for a bathroom is to vent excess moisture and thus it should always be placed as close as possible to the source of moisture, which in this case is the shower. Third, placement of windows are also based on the exterior symmetry, which is why windows are often evenly spaced and opposite each other, but putting it over the toilet would be break that symmetry…
Plus, the escape e-series is their budget series. So they keep it simple, standardized, etc. to keep costs lower than their regular models… This also explains the kitchen counter, btw, as it’s a multi-use counter/desk all in one…
The window across from kitchen is too big.