Tiny House ESCAPE In Canoe Bay Is A Cabin RV

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Tiny House ESCAPE is actually an RV

Tiny House ESCAPE is taking small space living by storm.  It has high-grade materials and design modeled after architect Frank Lloyd Wrights appreciation of nature and attention to detail.

ESCAPE sales are booming internationally.  Their page says to please be patient to hear back from them as they are overwhelmed with requests.

It’s a charming, cute, cottage/rustic type cabin.  Actually ESCAPE is a Park Model RV.  On wheels and can go anywhere, but is like a mobile home that is parked long-term somewhere.  Park Model RVs are easy to finance like buying a car.  Plus, since it is an RV there are no property taxes unless it sits on a permanent foundation subject to property taxes.

Tiny House ESCAPE owners can simply park their model on a gravel pad and are all set to enjoy their home.  The basic introductory price is $79,000.  Of course I would want the Limited Edition!

Tiny House ESCAPE In Canoe Bay Is A Cabin RVIf an RV is allowed in your neighborhood, this could be in your backyard as a guest house or retreat.  The exterior is beveled cedar siding.

ESCAPE Canoe Bay BedroomI’m thinking out of the box.  A retirement option could be to have ESCAPE in your backyard and when you sell you home, hook up ESCAPE and plant it in Arizona, Florida, or in the woods to connect with nature.

Tiny House ESCAPE kitchenTiny houses or RVs usually don’t have high-end kitchens like this.  I’ve done several tiny houses that have some bells and whistles like Tumbleweed Tiny Houses and Red Caboose.  ESCAPE has more than the expected for small space living.  Built on an RV chassis with wheels, it is limited to 400 square feet in the states.

ESCAPE Canoe Bay kitchenCustom cabinetry and the table comes with the higher end editions.

ESCAPE Canoe Bay Living areaInterior walls, ceiling and trim are pine tongue and groove and cedar in the Limited edition.  Oak hardwood floors (laminate or carpet in the Classic and Basic editions). Recessed lighting.  High end efficient fireplace is included with the Classic and Limited versions.

ESCAPE CanoeBay bedroom photo

ESCAPE Canoe Bay BathroomBathrooms come with heated floors, steam shower, surround sound and by the looks of it your choice of other custom options.

Canoe Bay ESCAPE designA lot of windows for light and nature is the primary focus of ESCAPE.  I love the design that ensures this tiny house not only feels big, but works big.

Canoe Bay ESCAPE screened-in porchESCAPE is sold factory direct from their Canoe Bay manufacturing location. Thinking about buying an ESCAPE and want to experience it before purchasing?  Take a trip to the Relais & Chateaux award-winning Canoe Bay in Chetek, WI.  It is the only Relais & Chateaux resort in the Midwest and the home of the original ESCAPE.  Check out the Lodging options here CanoeBay

Escape at CanoeBay.com wants you to know there is a wealth of details at Escape Homes.

Interesting that if want to have one built, act now to reserve one due to the enormous popularity.  Even more interesting is that each ESCAPE is hand-built. The models can be purchased fully furnished with “pieces that are perfectly matched to its Frank Lloyd Wright aesthetics.”

I know most of you my readers have no intention of living in 400 square feet of space at this time in your lives.  Maybe someday, maybe never.

For now it is good to know there are options out there for retirement living, and my personal favorite a guest house or retreat in the backyard.

Have a nice day and hope you enjoyed this tiny house escape.

Sue ~

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