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Premiere Tiny House by ESCAPE

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This is the NEW Premiere Tiny House by ESCAPE Traveler. It’s a Park Model home with up to two bedrooms, a full kitchen, living area, porch, and more!

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Premiere Park Model Tiny House by ESCAPE

All images © ESCAPE

All images © ESCAPE


  • One-bedroom or two-bedroom option
  • Large screened in porch
  • King bed upgrade available
  • Tile bathrooms with glass shower
  • Big kitchen
  • Turnkey furnishings
  • Starts at $96,600

See and learn more below!

=> https://www.escapetraveler.net/premiere

All images © ESCAPE


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  • Jed
    November 26, 2017, 5:12 pm

    How do I get rid of the pesky FB, Twitter and Pinterst logos that pop up directly in the middle of all the photos?

    • Alex
      November 27, 2017, 12:34 pm

      Hi Jed, I’m working on improving/fixing that right now!

    • James D.
      November 27, 2017, 7:57 pm

      Highlight/hover cursor over it… Double arrows should appear below it and click that to hide it…

      • Alex
        November 30, 2017, 11:10 am

        Didn’t know you could do that thanks, James!

        Also – I also moved the icons towards the bottom of the photos to make it less intrusive for everyone! Hope it helps!

  • MareM
    November 26, 2017, 6:19 pm

    The Escape homes are my favorites. Love this. My cat says she likes the screened-in porch.

  • Chuck
    November 26, 2017, 7:14 pm

    I really like this.

  • jerry
    November 26, 2017, 7:36 pm

    Nice bones but the interior is badly used. But that is easily solved by ordering it open.
    Do like the long storage lofts which I put in all those I build. Glad to see others.
    I do envy those builders living where wood like this is cheap as here in Florida it is price if you can even find it.
    I’ve always thought how the logging industry should have evolved into building products from wood but few did.
    Now plywood is so bad it rots quickly vs I have 20+ yr old plywood of the same type, BC pine that has lasted and still going strong with no protection other than not in contact with the ground.
    I built boats with it but the last few have rotted so fast as no longer worth doing.

    • Rico
      November 30, 2017, 7:30 pm

      Much of the plywood is from China and has lousy quality. Like most things, you have to pay more for quality.

      • jerry
        December 1, 2017, 4:52 am

        The ply I was talking about was American by Georgia Pacific owned by Koch.
        I should also mention after the market crash repubs made in 2008 they tripled the price of BC ply into a falling market is
        another reason.
        Talk about price rigging.
        Fact is unusually for China, most of their ply has been good, unlike US ply which is now so bad I’m switching to composites.
        They are too cheap to put enough glue in them so after it gets wet or even high humidity, GP ply bubbled.
        I’m at the point in Florida that I can’t get quality ply at any reasonable price as just not available.
        I’m scared to build with it as it’ll just rot too fast what is.

  • Rusty
    November 26, 2017, 9:39 pm

    I love the Escape homes, this one would be my choice. Roomy, welcoming, and I like the bedroom on the main floor. The screened in porch is icing on the cake.

  • November 27, 2017, 7:29 am

    ….It is Magnificent,..some things “Make Peace”… you with the World…
    Is a well-organized space, I would like sleep in the solarium/veranda.
    The last photo is suitable for a painting.

  • November 27, 2017, 8:08 am

    The Escape Home is simply gorgeous! I wouldn’t change a thing! I love everything about it! Especially the kitchen & screened in porch! The scenery is just beautiful!🏡

  • Fred
    November 29, 2017, 7:28 pm

    Didn’t read through the comments, but if no one else has mentioned it…at the end of the article, under the heading of “resources” is the link – http://www.escapetraveler.net/premiere-model
    I clicked on it and it comes as “404 page not found”.
    Just letting the powers that be know.
    Otherwise, its a lovely home and very nicely appointed.

  • Rico
    November 30, 2017, 7:35 pm

    I saw an email from them I believe that said they were opening their site in Wisconsin for land lease deals in a Tiny Home/Park Model village setting. It would be nice if it was only their units and not a bunch of metal trailers or mobile homes. I’m going to go visit them.

  • Annette
    December 2, 2017, 4:13 pm

    Do park models like these rest on a foundation? Or can they be set on piers – or exactly what is needed to site them? I’m assuming they’re not on trailers. Anybody know?

    • James D.
      December 3, 2017, 1:10 am

      Park Model RV’s are basically Travel Trailers designed to look like cabins or cottages. So they’re on trailers but the wheels and tow tongue can be removed and it can still be placed on piers or temporary foundation…

      While the base can be skirted and additional decking can be added around them for more usable space…

  • Tim E
    October 9, 2019, 9:17 pm

    the bathroom is too big and the kitchen is too small

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