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Escape eOne Tiny House w/ Large Kitchen Option


This is an Escape eOne tiny house! It’s the all-electric version of their popular Escape ONE tiny house.

The floor plan is slightly different than the original ONE with a large back loft, larger kitchen, and larger storage area. This tiny house is perfect for living tiny, setting up a vacation rental, guest house, office, or personal space.

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Escape eOne Tiny House with a Large Kitchen

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This tiny house has soaring ceilings, multiple opening windows, and plenty of functional space!

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This eOne tiny house features the large kitchen option with full-size appliances, a lot of cabinet storage, and shelving, and there’s even a combo washer-dryer nearby.

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There’s a staircase to the main loft and catwalk access to the second loft. Under the main loft, there’s a living area that can be used for whatever you like.

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Here is a look at the main sleeping loft. Lots of windows and plenty of vertical space for a loft!

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Taking the catwalk to the second loft…

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And here is the living room area located under the main loft.

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VIDEO: Escape eOne Thanksgiving 2022

 

Amazing new All-electric One with so many great features.  Huge second floor with walkway, large living area with standard window (no sliding patio door), large kitchen with induction cook top, electric oven, tall fridge/freezer, laundry center, extra storage, bathroom with full size shower, lots of opening windows, High efficiency A/C heat pump,  window coverings, smart TV, USB outlets…incredible

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  • Mark
    November 23, 2022, 7:40 pm

    Can I tow it with my car? I have a chevy spark.

    • James D.
      November 24, 2022, 1:29 pm

      No, sorry, but tiny houses tend to be much heavier than an RV and you’d definitely have to go with a heavy duty truck to tow this unit… The eONE’s run 12,000 lbs or more, depending on configuration… Your Chevy Sparks can only tow up to around 1000 lbs…

      • Michael
        November 24, 2022, 8:42 pm

        Wow, James!

      • Mark
        November 25, 2022, 12:30 am

        Maybe I could live in my chevy spark then. I need a full kitchen with a double oven though, and that’s going to be hard to fit in there. And I have three dogs. But I think I can figure out a way to make this happen. Then I’ll be free! Out on the road, with no boundaries and no rules, just me and my three fully grown Newfoundlands, making pies from scratch in my chevy spark.

        • James D.
          November 25, 2022, 12:38 pm

          Living in a vehicle is an option if you can make it work for you. Won’t be free, but it can start you off at a much lower cost.

  • Mark
    November 25, 2022, 4:06 pm

    What do you mean it “won’t be free”? I thought the whole point of living on the road was unlimited freedom, INCLUDING freedom from financial constraints! My three Newfoundlands and I are paying through the nose to live in an apartment now, and I’m told I’m going to lose my deposit too, to pay for the parts of the walls and some of the built-in shelving that they’ve devoured or gnawed beyond recognition even though it’s not my fault they were teething or bored. And now I hear I’m going to have to keep spending money even after I leave this dump, which has huge holes in the walls, by the way, that NO ONE has repaired. I hope someone comes up with a solution for me QUICK, because my Chevy Spark is already loaded up with my oven and my dogs, and I wasn’t TECHNICALLY supposed to take the oven and I think I smell gas from when I pulled it out of the wall, so I’ll check my email and messages and I’m really counting on you guys here to help me figure this nightmare out, because I don’t know where I’m headed tonight and all four of us are very, very thirsty.

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