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The Beaverton Tiny House Escape in Portland, Oregon


This is the Beaverton Tiny House Escape in Portland, Oregon with full climate control, a private bedroom with walk around bed, private bathroom, kitchen, and a beautiful outdoor area.

It’s a tiny house vacation rental in the Beaverton area of Portland. And if you’re wondering, it’s an ESCAPE Boho XL Model tiny house. So if you’ve been thinking of buying one, this is an excellent opportunity to stay in one!

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The Beaverton Tiny House ESCAPE in Portland – It’s an ESCAPE BOHO XL THOW 🙂

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Images via Tameka/Airbnb

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Images via Tameka/Airbnb

Boho Escape Traveler tiny house in downtown historic district of Beaverton. Features private bedroom, sofa, dining, full bathroom with standing shower, private entrance with private garden. 1 block from farmers market, park and library. Walking distance to TriMet Max station, top restaurants, and shopping, banking and post office. Professionals, solo-travelers and couples welcome!

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Airbnb (More Photos!) | Boho XL | ESCAPE | ESCAPE THOWs ON SALE

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  • Avatar Carol O'gwin
    October 21, 2019, 6:53 pm

    I really like the the Xl boho. I am older and want bedroom on one level. Thank you for letting us look.

  • Avatar Lee Ann Rore
    October 22, 2019, 8:44 am

    I do like these Escape houses…but, in general, with tiny houses, is anyone else skeeved out by a sink right next to a couch or a bed? Seems unsanitary, to me. I’m not just picking on Escape–it really does creep me out.

    • Avatar Alison
      October 22, 2019, 2:21 pm

      I’m not skeeved out by sink-bed proximity, but I reckon one would have to be more careful than in a more spacious abode. Also, the residents of this house aren’t likely to be preparing a raw turkey for roasting (for example). Simple meals might make clean up simpler. I’m more concerned about the lack of auditory privacy if more than one person inhabits a tiny house. But it’s a trade off, and we can adapt. And the great thing about a tiny house is that, while you have to keep it clean, it won’t take much time to do so.

      • Avatar Lee Ann
        October 22, 2019, 2:34 pm

        Fair enough–one persons skeeve is another persons “eh.”

    • Avatar Lisa
      October 31, 2019, 4:38 pm

      I agree, I don’t like most tiny homes general layout with the bathroom right next to the kitchen. YUCK!!

  • Avatar PMorrisHTX
    October 22, 2019, 10:19 am

    I’m far less concerned about sinks than the toilet itself located in close proximity to kitchen and dining areas though it’s the usually disarray or general uncleanliness that I find concerning.

  • Avatar Janee
    October 23, 2019, 6:49 pm

    I usually close the door when I use the bathroom, and shut the lid when I flush.

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