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Lightly-Used & Rebuilt ONE E from ESCAPE

This is a lightly-used, but remastered, One E from ESCAPE that’s for sale now. It’s not an eONE unit, but rather a ONE unit that has been rebuilt to be all-electric. It has new siding, a new roof, and tons more new features.

The One E has spacious double lofts, a cozy living room space, and a galley kitchen. It’s available now for $69,245.

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$25K Discount on this ONE E Unit

ONE-E Exterior

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There’s a huge picture window in the main living space.

ONE-E Open Layout

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There’s a second loft over the bathroom space.

ONE-E Kitchen

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Here’s the main bedroom loft.

ONE-E Lofts

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The living room has a large smart TV.

ONE-E Living Area

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Lightly used ONE unit that is all-electric with incredible discount….this is not an eOne, this is an original ONE unit that we made all electric. So many new items: New exterior with Smartside, new roof, new kitchen with induction cook top + hood, new fridge/freezer, new floor, new ceiling fan, new split system A/C + heat pump, new window coverings, the list goes on and on..

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • wren
    April 27, 2023, 3:24 pm

    So was this in some sort of flood or hurricane that everything is all NEW? I noticed what looked like swelling or water damage on the drawer in the kitchen. What is the reason the ‘slightly used’ unit had to have everything replaced with new?

    • James D.
      April 28, 2023, 10:41 am

      The kitchen drawer is actually part of what is new, which means that isn’t damaged and is just the appearance of the wood they used…

      They converted this from a ONE model to an eONE, which are their budget, electric only, model series. Meaning they probably did it just to make it easier to sell as they can sell an eONE at a lower price than the ONE model but the numbers still work out for them…

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