ESCAPE Park Models

For people who love park model homes, but want a little more space and amenities, the ESCAPE Park Model & Modular Homes have been making waves with articles in the Wall Street Journal and favorable comments from HGTV, the Huffington Post and Bob Vila. A small size, beautiful wood details and mobile abilities are included in these tidy, little packages.

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Each ESCAPE is built on a wheeled chassis in the USA, and comes in various sizes and configurations including the Tiny Home, the King, Classic, Family and Studio. The basic ESCAPE Tiny Home is 288 square feet and features a tiny bedroom, a living and kitchen area and a full bath. This model starts at $57,400. There is also a two-bedroom version in 396 square feet. Amenities include bevel cedar siding, 30 year composite shingles, pine walls, ceilings and trim, 30 gallon water heaters, Energy Star appliances, vaulted ceilings and the ability to be off-grid. Each of the Escape models are on wheels, but can be placed on various foundations including gravel, concrete pads and concrete blocks.

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All the ESCAPE versions include built-in storage, options for fireplaces and washers and dryers and the larger Tiny Home Deluxe, King, Classic, Family Standard, Family King and Studio all have versatile screened and roofed porches that can also be used for sleeping, dining or a greenhouse. The Studio can be adapted to be ADA accessible and the ESCAPE company even offers furniture, appliance and financing packages.

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Two unique options that separate the ESCAPE from other park models are the panoramic windows that can be integrated into the rooms—making them seem larger than they are. Smaller, privacy windows are also available for use in bedrooms and bathrooms.

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Photos shown are the ESCAPE Classic “Limited” model and are courtesy of ESCAPE Park Models

 

By Christina Nellemann for the [Tiny House Blog]

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Lisa E. - November 10, 2014 Reply

Very nice. A personal island in a sea of peace.

Susan veraldi - November 10, 2014 Reply

I want one of these!!!!asap

Otessa Regina Compton - November 10, 2014 Reply

THIS IS A WHOLE LOT BETTER THAN THE RITZ-CARLTON, AND WITH THE FEELING OF WARMTH AND FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT. THESE PROPERTIES FIT THE DEFINITION OF FAMILY AND WELL BEING.

ann - November 10, 2014 Reply

Seriously!? A double sink in the bathroom!?Sign me up!!

Gabriel - November 11, 2014 Reply

Love the design, natural lighting, the feng-shui and the wood quality. Worth every dollar.
I also like the fourth picture, the sofa with the remote-control on the coffee table. But where is the TV? Does the remote control change the view? 🙂

    Sherry - November 11, 2014 Reply

    See the alternate view with the fireplace and the TV above. The same table is in the photo with the remote just slightly out of view.

Barbara - November 11, 2014 Reply

SOLD!!! Don’t know where I’ll put all the animals, though…

CabinetBed Inc - November 12, 2014 Reply

I love the look of the escape home , this would be a perfect fit for the CabinetBeds we produce in Canada .We should team up for your next project http://www.cabinetbed.ca

Jeff - November 12, 2014 Reply

Who has the Blue prints? Would be interested!

Dorie - November 13, 2014 Reply

I’d go for a bit bigger Semi-Tiny. Turn the screened porch into another bedroom & add a sink/toilet. Like the extra half-bath feature.

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