You might remember ESCAPE is now selling pre-made, all-electric tiny houses called the “e-Visa” series. This is their latest iteration, complete with beautiful stone countertops, an energy air exchange to keep fresh air flowing inside, and more than 50 feet of storage shelving all around the unit.
Like all other eVistas, this one has a ground floor bed in front of a huge picture window. The kitchen includes an induction cook top, and the bathroom has a one-piece shower stall and flush toilet. What do you think? It’s for sale now for $52,753.
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The Latest of ESCAPE’s All-New eVista Series
There are more than 50 feet of shelving in the unit.
The bathroom has a flush toilet and a shower stall.
VIDEO: eVista sale
- Brand new All-electric eVista with upgrades!
- Kitchen features stone top, large sink, tall fridge/freezer, induction cooktop with hood
- Large storage closet + 50′ of shelving!
- Bathroom with full size shower
- High efficiency A/C Heat Pump
- Solid butcher block flip tables
- Huge window wall plus opening windows
- Energy recovery air exchanger, USB outlets
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I just watched the video. I am a bit disappointed at the craftsmanship. One panel is not flush and several edges are not straight or have some knock offs or cuts. Looks like a used house or they have been too fast building it. Not the usual Escape standard.
Two things about the eVista series… 1) It’s all electric and simplified version and 2) It’s basically their budget option, so it’s a lot lower in price than their standard Vista series. A version they sold before, which had upgrades included, still sold for $7K less than the starting price of the standard Vista model, for example.
There’s always trade offs, but you’re basically just noticing what it looks like when they don’t do some finishing details like caulking, paint, tiles, additional trim details like mouldings, etc. Raw materials often have a variety of imperfections, but you can always do those finishing details yourself and make it look exactly like a regular Vista or even better… Or you can pay them thousands more for a regular Vista…
well I would remove that big window where the bed is. I would but a mini split on that wall. In the bathroom I would move the window in back of toilet so that I could have a mirror or medicine chest above sink. I would also remove shelves in front of window. Just my thoughts. To bad they don’t build them that way.
They do offer custom builds but they will cost a lot more than their standard models and will take longer to build and deliver…