Groovy New Tiny House with Full-Size Appliances Can Sleep 8


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Remember the Escape Traveler, the fab new mobile tiny home with major amenities like a full-size oven and bathtub? Well, despite already offering one of the more indulgent tiny homes available, the maker of the Escape Traveler has just launched a even more spacious version. The Escape Traveler XL, clocking in at a still-compact 319 square feet, can sleep up to 8 people (versus 6 in the original) and features a Queen-size bed on theground level (instead of a lofted solution that has become more or less an unofficial standard for micro homes.) 

Since this more generous "bedroom" is what takes up the extra 50 square feet in the XL, the "living room" is now squeezed between the bedroom and kitchen (and brings the very divisive TV-over-fireplace scheme into tiny livin'!) In addition to the Queen, the 35-foot long, 13,000-pound unit also offers two optional sleeping lofts, as well as the same full-size appliances, along with optional washer/dryer and dishwasher options. Turnaround time for producing one XL is 30 to 60 days and pricing starts at $72,800(the base price for the regular is $65,400.) Full details—including info on Escape Homes' new "Off-Grid Package," a set of solar energy, rainwater collection, and composting options—can be found on the company's website.

Traveler is hand-crafted in our own RVIA Certified plant and is designed for extreme climates including heavy snow, brutal cold and seering heat. The design magically blends the best of Tiny Homes into an RV providing you a small, energy-efficient space. Click here for owner testimonials. We deliver Traveler almost anywhere in the continental US.  You can leave it in place or move it at will.  Traveler features a full-size kitchen and bathroom, large dining/work table, living area with fireplace and big screen TV, soaring windows (25,000 miles and no issues), on-demand hot water, even a washer/dryer. Plus plenty of storage, complete climate control and minimal power consumption and new Off Grid options.

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