If you’re in the market for a tiny house that’s lightly used, don’t miss this Escape One.
It features a full kitchen, a comfortable bedroom loft, a full bathroom, and even a washer and dryer!
The Escape One is small enough to be easily towed, but it’s still got all the amenities you need to feel at home.
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Escape One Tiny House with a $10,000 Discount
This tiny house comes with an AC system, window coverings, an on-demand water heater, a frosted bath door, USB outlets, smart TV with wiring and mount, a small kitchen package, stainless steel range, and a tall refrigerator.
The Escape One tiny house seems like a pleasure to live in.
It has a real staircase with handrails to get you up into the loft bedroom.
Under the loft is the living area of the tiny house which can alternatively be used as an office or bedroom.
The oversized window in the living area really brings in the outdoors.
The bathroom features a vent, window, sink, shower, toilet, and plenty of storage.
A full-size shower and just the right sink so you aren’t bumping into anything.
A bathroom like this makes it easy to live tiny.
The spacious sleeping loft has three large windows with coverings.
VIDEO: Lightly Used Escape One Tiny House
The Escape One tiny house is a popular option for those looking to downsize.
This particular unit is lightly used, making it a great choice for anyone on a budget.
It’s perfect for those who want to live a minimalist lifestyle (with style).
This Escape One tiny house comes with an AC system, window coverings, an on-demand water heater, a frosted bath door, USB outlets, smart TV with wiring and mount, a small kitchen package, stainless steel range, and a tall refrigerator.
It also has a new roof, siding, hardware, kitchen counter, and a new stove.
The tiny house is offered at a $10,000 discount versus new.
- Escape One
- New siding
- New roof
- New hardware
- New kitchen
- High-efficiency AC
- Window coverings
- Smart TV
- On-demand water heater
- Frosted bath door
- Full bathroom with heat
- USB outlets
- Beautifully aged interior siding
- Life in her Escape Boho Tiny House
- Nancy Yvonne Escape Tiny House in Driftwood, Texas
- Grace’s Massachusetts Tiny Life in an ESCAPE One Model Tiny House
Our big thanks to Dan at ESCAPE for sharing!🙏
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They need to do a better job on their kitchens. Never enough counter space in their homes.
Agreed! I was totally aghast at the TOTAL LACK of kitchen counter space. Four inches (max, it would appear from these pictures, and those not even contiguous!) counter space does NOT a kitchen make! Totally unacceptable from any person desirous of living here… even a coffee cup needs a place to sit upon. The zero counter space makes this unit a total no-go for me…
Maybe… just maybe there is a piece of wood which fits over, and into, the sink. That aside, maybe that was what the client wanted. And as James D is apt to say, everything is trade offs. What fits one person doesn’t work for others.
I did consider the possibility of the ‘cutting board over the sink’ option before commenting, but immediately realized I could not realistically prepare food without access to water, rinsing lettuce, washing hands, etc., and understood zero counter space was not feasible – at least for me. Minimally okay if one relies 100% on takeout, but even cereal in a bowl has nowhere to perch awaiting a milk pour in this ‘kitchen’. I stand by my earlier comment. This one’s a hard “pass” for me. I’ve avidly studied literally hundreds of kitchens in tiny’s, and this one takes the cake, if you’ll forgive the bad pun, for being – by far – the most deficient.
Most deficient?… Well the ones with kitchenettes or even no kitchen would challenge that claim but it is definitely limited.
However, there’s sink accessories that not only provide you more prep space but still let you use the sink at the same time. Solid block sink covers aren’t the only options…
The stove top also has a cover. So that is also space you can use for prep when not cooking.
Add you can add fold up table extension to the side that you can use when not using the stairs and you can always add a small rolling table to use as a kitchen island or fold up table by the window… or you can a fold down table from the stair area to provide a long table that provides a countertop space that extends from the wall to past the sink for 4-6 feet of usable prep space… Among other ways to address the issue…
Some things just rely on what you will do with the space and there are always trade offs but also always options…
Well it doesn’t give you the price for one thing. I would put in a under the counter frig so I would have more counter space.
They have it set up to email you a pdf sales quote when you click the Buy Now on their sales page…
Is it just my computer or is that a really eloooongated toilet and the sink for washing one full arm?
It’s the photo, not really that elongated…