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You’ll Want to Escape the City Life in this Vintage Tiny House

Tiny houses are known to offer a lot of home in a tiny package, and this Vintage trailer made by Escape is no exception. It’s successors, the Traveler and the Vista, were pleasantly surprising and great stepping stones to the Vintage. The Vintage tiny home offers the quality of those preceding it but sets itself apart with a more rustic, cottage-like feel.

 

Escape Vintage
Escape Vintage

The folding table also serves as a dining area. Don’t worry, there’s still enough room left for a couch and wall-mounted TV. The large living space includes a kitchen with generous shelving and storage, a dining area and a lounge. The kitchen also includes a refrigerator, a sink, multi use counters which can also be used as a butcher block, and a two-burner stove.

Escape Vintage
Escape Vintage

A loft area is included above the living space, which can easily be used as a spare bedroom or extra storage space. Another awesome option that builders have is to include a second loft, making the Vintage a three-bedroom tiny house.

Escape Vintage
Escape Vintage

The master bedroom, if you will, is full of natural light and space, making it just as comfortable in the tiny house as it would be in a large house.

Escape Vintage
Escape Vintage

The chic and updated sliding barn door leads to a bedroom large enough to fit a queen-sized bed, with a small closet.

Escape Vintage
Escape Vintage
Escape Vintage
Escape Vintage

The bathroom, which includes a toilet and a shower tub, is located on the other side of the trailer. Builders can decide on a standard toilet or a composting toilet.

Escape Vintage
Escape Vintage

The Vintage tiny house measures 25 feet long and offers a total floorspace of 315 square feet. It has a large gable roof and 12 opening windows. The window boxes pictured below are one of the many extras builders can get.

Escape Vintage
Escape Vintage

This trailer weighs around 10,000 pounds, depending on the options and furniture choices. The insulation used has a rated R-value of 7.4 per inch and is closed cell foam. Escape says the average R-values for the walls are R22; for the floors are R30; and for the ceiling is R40.

Pricing for this tiny house starts at $59,800. A full off-grid package, which includes a roof-mounted solar array, battery storage and a composting toilet, is also available. Other options are also available to customize your new tiny house. If you’re interested in escaping in this adorable Vintage Tiny House, visit escapevintage.com.

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