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Escape eBoho Go Tiny House


This is the 15-foot ESCAPE eBoho Go tiny house. It’s a limited edition build that’s available right now if you’re interested.

It features a modern interior and exterior with a full light door, lots of windows, an 11-foot storage shelf with electrical and USB outlets, two closets, a queen bed on the main level with under-storage, a mini split air conditioning system, a multi-purpose kitchen lounge with drawers and a refrigerator, and a bathroom with window, sink, flush toilet, heat, shower, and storage. This tiny house is packed with amenities and is offered for $38,550 as a limited edition item. Click here for ordering information. It’s a limited edition ESCAPE eBoho GO tiny house.

15-foot Escape eBoho Go Tiny House for $38,550

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This 15-foot Escape eBoho Go tiny house on wheels has a cabin-like interior that’s minimalist and modern. The kitchen extends throughout the living space and there’s a large wardrobe closet with coat hooks as you enter the tiny house.

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There is of course a mini-split overhead which makes it easy to heat or cool this tiny house. From here you’ll notice there are so many windows which make it a pleasure to be in. You may also notice the built-in drawer under the bed and under the kitchen lounge area. Not to mention, the 11-foot shelf that extends the space as well as the headboard storage by the bed.

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The 11-foot storage shelf has plenty of power which makes it convenient for a fan or if you want to have a microwave or another fan plugged in overhead in the kitchen.

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There’s a full shower stall in the bathroom along with a space-saving mini sink (I really like these because they’re hard to bump into) and a window for extra ventilation.

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There’s also a floor heater in the bathroom, a built-in shelf that doubles as a space to hang towels or dry clothes, a mirror that extends from the wall for self-care, overhead cabinets for towels and bath gear, and a flush toilet. This 15-foot tiny house could be the perfect tiny home, travel trailer, guest house, and/or backyard office (it could also be all of the above). What would you use it for most?

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15-foot eBoho GO! All-electric Tiny House

The eBoho GO! Is a new all-electric tiny house that is 15′ long and has many great features. It has wrap-around windows that all open, 11′ of open shelving, a kitchen/workspace with a large solid butcher block top, a deep sink, a fridge/freezer, drawer storage, and a large storage closet. The bathroom has a full-size shower, and the tiny house is also equipped with a high-efficiency A/C and heat pump, as well as USB and power outlets throughout. The eBoho GO! Is versatile, efficient, and perfect for those who are looking for a small, but functional living space. Watch the video below to learn more.

VIDEO TOUR of the eBoho Go THOW

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  • July 30, 2022, 4:48 pm

    I’m sorry to say this home is too bland and lacks appeal for me. Limited storage and limited space for seating. Someone will take it and redecorate to make it nicer. This company tends to be more expensive for my pocketbook. Perhaps they use more quality materials or their labor is high.

    • jerry dycus
      August 1, 2022, 11:14 am

      Seating is easily solved by making the bed into 2 lounge couchbeds.
      I agree the window sills need to be raised.
      A lot to be said for this simple TH as a low cost way and simple to build for the DIY. I built my 10’x 16′, 10’wide is much better than 8′ wide, in just 2 days at $4k in materials.

  • Maria Kentala
    July 31, 2022, 6:20 am

    Hate the big windows where the bed is. The counter top hands over frig,you you bump your head. no place to eat.

  • Maria Kentala
    July 31, 2022, 6:21 am

    meant to say hangs over frig. poor design.

    • James D.
      July 31, 2022, 4:50 pm

      Just pointing out what you’re actually seeing here… Boho is a variant of their Vista series and those windows are a signature of that model series. While the “e” means it’s their budget all electric version of the model. So it’s a much lower cost version of the regular model.

      Thus why the kitchen counter is a multi-use space, which means that is where you eat, work, cook, etc… Mind these are small and single level models that are intended to be easy to tow and can be moved regularly, unlike larger THOWs. So everything has to fit on the main level, there is no loft, and there’s more than regular compromises to keep the cost low but that’s generally how they get the cost lower… There’s always trade offs!

      Though, while most of their models push lots of windows, they do have a few that are more like traditional THOWs, which you can look up their probably aptly named Tradition and Vintage model series. Also, for a price, they do custom as well. So it’s possible to order a model with fewer windows, different layout, go beyond the usual optional choices, etc.

      Most of their products are just production line model series, so basically mass produced, and they were originally an RV manufacturer before branching out into THOWs and now some Manufactured Houses… So they still largely follow that RV market business model for their company but occasionally they do try something different…

      Their models are designed by architects, but except for their occasional experiments and custom builds they have a very limited range of design models. So the main reason to consider them is simple convenience and examples like their Florida Village, which makes them one of the few builders that are starting to offer places to put their products but there are definitely others who are better at craftsmanship and yet others who can be more budget friendly for arguably more bang for a your buck or at least different types of homes to consider… So, fortunately, the market is diverse enough to still offer lots of other options…

  • Michael
    August 1, 2022, 12:47 am

    As the others stated before, it lacks a seating and living space. Standing when eating and working and all at the kitchen counter top isn’t convenient at all. The long shelve above it and the bed need to be emptied when under way. Is that what Escape think about a Go model? What about the width? It should be less than 8 ft for easy towing.
    On 15 ft you can easy achieve all that, just lift up the bed to the ceiling when not in use and you are gaining more than 5 ft to put a decent seating, living, dining and working area, simple like that.

    I don’t have problems with the huge windows. But firstly, I didn’t see any blinds for privacy, secondly sliding windows wouldn’t be my choice because you can’t let them a bit open when it’s raining and the opportunity of cross ventilation is gone.

    In short, cost saving has been obviously more important than livability.

    • James D.
      August 1, 2022, 1:23 pm

      Sorry, I thought it was clear from my last statement that this is their budget model offering. So it’s specifically made for cost savings. It’s about $10,000 less than the regular Vista Boho model’s starting price and about $20,000 less than the regular Vista starting price for where it stands in their product line.

      Though, lack of living space is a general issue with the Vista model series as it’s part of the trade off when you eliminate the vertical space that would allow for a loft, but still keep the same foot print as then everything must fit within the same footprint on the single floor level. Thus why they offer an XL version of their models to increase the footprint to give back some of that living space.

      Even your lift bed idea would not work with this ceiling height as the bed would hang too low and would not have the required minimum headroom beneath it for walking height space…

      While having seating beneath would also cause it to remain too high when lowered to easily get in and out without needing a step stool. Along with the added cost that would entail that would counter the point of it being a budget model, the loss of storage beneath the bed, elimination of that section of the shelving as it would be in the way, etc. that they put in that area as part of the trade offs.

      Btw, all the windows have both screens and blinds. Even the entrance door has built in blinds. While the bathroom window is not a slider but the awning type with lift brackets. You also don’t have to stand for everything you would use the multi-use table/counter for and can actually sit either on the bed by the corner or with a fold out chair.

      Needing to pack up things for a move is an issue with most RV’s, even with cabinets it doesn’t mean everything will stay in place and won’t break or get loose if the door swings open during the move or spill out once you stop and open the doors. For open shelving the issue is greater but the solution is often just to put up a removable barrier. Some people even just put in hooks so they can run a bungee cord(s) to keep anything from falling out of the shelving during the move. While for multi-use spaces you would often just put things away when you’re not using them anyway. So it’s easier to switch usage, meaning YMMV but everything has trade offs…

  • Joe
    August 1, 2022, 2:04 am

    It’s a soulless place to sleep and only if your desperate. A person could do an overnight or weekend but all those dumb windows makes it an unfavorable place to spend more than a short stay. $40,000 to give the inlaws a place to sleep for the weekend or so? bad idea. This site showed us an $8000 place built by a teenage lad that seemed to be a much better place. The modest electronics is a feeble attempt to be current.

    • James D.
      August 1, 2022, 2:33 pm

      Well, provided DIY is an option and is in an area where it would be allowed, as what the teenage lad did is great but not something everyone can do or would be accepted everywhere…

      While builders are typically regulated, especially if they’re certified, and have to follow specific standards, regulations, deal with engineering, pay for the certification, deal with inspections, use approved products for the build or they can’t get it certified, and handle the cost of running a business as well as the cost of the actual build…

      For soulless, depends what you do with it and where you put it. Views can make a big difference and people can prefer big windows as it makes it feel larger than it is, along with how they decide to decorate it, which is something most people can do and is a common way to save costs instead of having the builder do it… While all the windows have screens and blinds…

  • Liz
    August 2, 2022, 12:12 am

    I never did understand why someone would install such a small sink (by the shower). There is no way to use this sink without making a watery mess on the floor. The windows around the bed are much too large. Usually a kitchen contains a space for cooking, baking, and refrigeration, not a countertop with a sink only. I didn’t notice anything exciting or aesthetically pleasing about this home.

    • James D.
      August 2, 2022, 4:43 am

      Budget models prioritize keeping costs low. So aesthetics are often part of the trade offs, along with how it effects what’s practical for this size THOW.

      Like the kitchen isn’t just a counter top with sink only but is intended to be a multi-use space you adapt as needed. So favors using plug in appliances you can use as needed but otherwise store away to free the counter top space for other uses, which include using it as a work table and dining table.

      Mind, people tend to prioritize counter top space but in smaller kitchens having dedicated places for appliances can mean you have little to no counter top space. Along with costs, as budget models tend to be very minimal but that also makes them more of a blank slate for the owner to DIY such details and there are ways to be very creative. Like check out Home RenoVision DIY on youtube and look up his video, “Cooking Dinner on My Kitchen Countertop?! How to Cook without a Stove!” for an example…

      While the reason for the bathroom sink is simply because that’s what fits in that small of a bathroom without causing some other issue. Though, as you surmised that sink can be a pain to use there are actually ways to use it without always creating a watery mess on the floor. Like to wash your face you can just use a wash cloth or facial sponges instead of trying to splash your face with water and you can just be careful when washing your hands…

      Though, in general Escape Homes designs aren’t for everybody. They have a specific style and aspects like the large windows that are part of their design signature, with the exception of their Vintage and Traditional model series, and budget models will tend to be less appealing.

      However, you can look up 2021’s giveaway home they did as a promotional partnership with Ikea for how a slightly larger high end version of this can look like for comparison and decide if their design theme just isn’t for you or if it’s just the budget model you don’t like… The Escape Village in Florida can also give you a good idea of their overall design theme as there’s multiple examples of their different models there and you can see what I mean by their design signature…

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