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Limited Edition ESCAPE N2 Tiny House Available Now


You might remember ESCAPE’s one-off “N1” model that garnered tons of interest from the tiny house community. Well they’ve created the “N2” which is a limited edition mid-century modern tiny home (~40×10) with no lofts and a huge wall of highly efficient windows.

They only produce these a few times per year and they’re not available for preorder like their other models, so if you want one you can grab one today for $143K. These are all-electric models, which is pretty cool! What do you think?

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Smaller Version of ESCAPE’s N1 Now FOR SALE

Limited Edition N2 Model Escape 7

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Galley kitchen leads into the living room.

Limited Edition N2 Model Escape 5

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They found the perfect furniture!

Limited Edition N2 Model Escape 4

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There’s even room for a dishwasher! I like that there are some upper cabinets with doors to hide clutter.

Limited Edition N2 Model Escape 3

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Stacked washer dryer by the bathroom door.

Limited Edition N2 Model Escape

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Spacious shower stall.

Limited Edition N2 Model Escape 2

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The bedroom also has those nice big windows, and plenty of room to walk all the way around the bed.

Limited Edition N2 Model Escape 6

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VIDEO: N2

Details:

Size: 36’6”- 40’L x 9’6”Wx 11’H
● All-Electric Unit with 100a panel
● Energy saving LED lighting with
dimmers
● Low-E, thermopane windows and
sliding glass doors
● 21’ opening wall of glass
● Steel siding with aluminum trim
● Steel roof with 40 year warranty
● Full light 8’ entry door
● Sealed white wood walls
● Frosted full light bathroom and
bedroom doors
● Maple Composite flooring
● Designer honeycomb
blinds…blackout in bedroom
● Kitchen features: Custom white
cabinetry & shelves, stone counter
tops, Energy Star appliances
including stainless dishwasher,
stainless convection range and
venting M/W, tall stainless
refrigerator/ freezer with Ice Maker,
deep stainless sink with designer
faucet and large pantry
● Laundry center with stacked W/D
● USB outlets
● Bedroom features: Double tall
closets, built-in queen bed with
nightstands, under bed drawers, USB
outlets, opening windows, large
book shelf, large opening glass door
● Bathroom features: Frosted full light
door, stone vanity with designer
faucet, linen closet, storage cabinet
and drawers, 60” tile shower with
frameless glass door, Toto toilet, low
sohn exhaust fan, large mirror, LED
lighting, towel bars & hardware
● Living area features: Huge opening
window wall, book shelf, LED
lighting, Smart TV
● High Efficiency A/C/heat pump
● Zoned heating
● Plumbing: Pex Manifold System
● Smoke/CO detectors and fire
extinguisher

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  • David Pedersen
    March 16, 2022, 11:57 am

    Really nice. Though there are a couple of things I do not understand. First is the American stoves with the knobs at the wall, which I find very impractical. You risk burning your arm if you have to dial the knob while cooking and it can also get wet and grimy from the cooking. I am wondering, why American stoves do not have the knobs at the front as we have here in Europe. Modern day stoves here have child protection while still having the knobs at the front.
    The second thing I am wondering about, is the monster of a washer and dryer. Is it really not possible to get a modern combination frontloader in the US? It would take up half the space and leave room for shelves over the washer/dryer.

    • James D.
      March 16, 2022, 1:21 pm

      Well, first, it’s not “American”, you’re confusing stereotypes with actual standards. In reality it’s just one of many design options that’s available and is not representative of how things are done throughout the entire country. It’s not even limited to one country as multiple such options are used in multiple countries around the world. People just don’t all prefer the same design because everything has its pros, cons, and trade offs… Everything!

      Not everyone wants to limit their washing capacity with a combo and take over twice as long to do their laundry. Not everyone prefers a front loader, as front loaders can require more maintenance, it’s easier to add to loads with top loaders, front loaders are more likely to develop mold and mildew problems, etc. Not everyone wants to deal with increased humidity because most combo units will not vent and instead put out moisture into their environment… Among other considerations…

      While not everyone wants knobs where they can poke them when they’re leaning over as they cook, get caught on while walking by, or have them where the heat of the oven can be an issue and still have to worry about them getting wet and grimy from cooking as being on front doesn’t prevent that. Nor does everyone wants to limit the size of the oven by having knobs in the way or to break up the smooth appearance of the front. Not everyone wants to constantly look down to see the knob and its settings. Not everyone even wants knobs at all and there are other options if you want to talk about what’s actually modern… Among many other considerations…

      You’ll just run into some options more often because of the simple practicality of equipping multiple houses at the same time, like whether it’s a drop in or slide in design. Also, options like gas stoves will more likely have front knobs, and not needing to change designs for different options but there’s always other options and not every housing project will be done the same as others.

      While washer and dryers are often a personal choice…

  • Diane Harvey
    March 17, 2022, 11:23 am

    Where is it located?

  • Rusty
    March 22, 2022, 5:38 pm

    Like the bathroom. Don’t like all the glass. Windows in the bedroom and living room, would be better. Too much glass takes away from wall space.

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