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Rare Traveler XL Tiny House For Sale in Tampa Village

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Here’s another incredible tiny house you can own and have a spot to park it immediately. This Traveler XL sits at Lot #7 at the original ESCAPE Tampa Village, and has prime real estate next to the pool area.

The unit includes a private first-floor bedroom, furnished living room, large kitchen with stainless steel appliances, and a full bathroom with an under-counter washer/dryer unit. You can purchase it today at a $10K discount for $119,515. The lot rent is $595/month and includes water, sewer, garbage/recycling, private deck, landscaping maintenance, security (gated access), and parking. Check it out below!

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10K Discount on Amazing Original ESCAPE THOW

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The Traveler was known for its gorgeous pine interior.

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The cut-away ceiling gives the unit amazing height!

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All stainless appliances in the kitchen.

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Fold-flat couch and a Smart TV – it comes furnished!

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A washer/dryer unit in the bathroom is convenient.

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A fiberglass shower surround with a tub  is easy to clean.

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The private bedroom has closet storage and plenty of windows.

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Check out Lot #7 on the map.

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Enjoy a unique living experience in this rarely available Traveler XL with its soaring ceilings and abundance of natural light, creating a sense of openness and spaciousness that is truly remarkable for a tiny home. This lightly used unit has a smooth, sealed pine interior with custom built-ins and a layout where every detail has been carefully crafted to offer a blend of style and functionality. The kitchen is a true centerpiece, featuring stone countertops, a stainless convection range + venting microwave, a large tall fridge over freezer and a spacious pantry for storage. Additionally, there’s a private first-floor bedroom where you’ll enjoy peaceful rest in a queen-sized bed with built-in nightstand, a closet for storage and even a Smart TV. Just off the entry is a large bathroom featuring a a stylish stone top vanity, a tub/shower and a convenient laundry center. A ladder leads to the second floor loft, which can serve as an extra bedroom or storage.


  • $119,515
  • Lot #7 is a prime location in the original Village with immediate access to a swimming pool!
  • Beautiful wood exterior with metal accents for a modern industrial look.
  • The unit has clerestory windows which offer amazing natural light and sealed pine interior.
  • There’s a first floor queen bedroom with ceiling fan + Smart TV
  • Inside the kitchen you’ll find a stainless convection range and microwave, stone countertops, a pantry and a large dining/work table
  • The living area includes fold-flat couch for guests and Smart TV.
  • Your bathroom has a spacious tub/shower, stone top vanity, and a Toto toilet.
  • Head up to the loft to find another bedroom space with windows that open up.
  • There’s a high-efficieny A/C heat pump for temperature control, LED lighting, furnishings and so much more!
  • Lot Rent: $595/month includes water, sewer, garbage/recycling, private deck, landscaping maintenance, security (gated access) and parking.

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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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  • Susan
    September 7, 2023, 11:10 am

    It’s nice, but how do these small/tiny homes stand up to hurricanes???

    • gbyvm
      September 7, 2023, 5:54 pm

      STRAPPED DOWN: We live in a hurricane zone with our tall Tiny House. It has a transforming roof that folds up. By the grace of God we went through Hurricane Fiona with only mobile home tie downs that were welded to attach under our trailer and were fine. Many houses in our area were destroyed. Afterwards, my husband was able to pull those up out of the ground about 4inches… so, we put in four bigfoot this year as well. We have the wheels off and our double axle Tiny House is sitting on concrete blocks, the trailer hitch and a code approved gravel pad with rebar enforced pavers (like large cement tiles). NOT STRAPPED DOWN: We survived in the parking lot on the way here (three years ago) in 100km/h winds (the extended roof was folded down). We also drove in 100 km/h winds with it in tow and a Tiny Slide in on the back of our 1990 GMC dually (454gas engine) on a wing and a prayer. TRAVELLING WITH THE THOW WE LEARNED: (1) Make sure your transmission fluid is not leaking… especially onto your exhaust pipe! (2) Make sure your transmission COOLER is replaced if you get a new transmission and it is working properly (doesn’t have burnt transmission fluid in it somewhere!!) (3) Make sure you have breakdown reflective tape and triangles/cones.. we are glad we did!! (4) Make sure your hitch matches the weight of your trailer and is in GOOD condition.

      • Susan
        September 8, 2023, 10:24 am

        That’s good to know. Many of the traditional trailers, near my sister’s house were totally destroyed by Ian. These tiny homes are just beautiful. Now, if could tolerate the heat. I’d like one of these in Minnesota.

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