ESCAPE Traveler Tiny House on Wheels Pre-Sale

ESCAPE Park Model homes have made their mark for exquisite Arts and Crafts aesthetics, high quality materials, and a stylish design. Now all that is available on wheels with the ESCAPE Traveler. The ESCAPE XL, an even larger version of the Traveler, will be available in August. The smaller version of the Traveler is currently being offered during a special pre-sale.

“We wanted people to have a mobile choice and we wanted to include all the great things from ESCAPE into a smaller package,” said Dan George Dobrowolski, ESCAPE Founder-CEO. “We wanted to appeal to the entire RV market and people who just want to live small, but not sacrifice and have the feeling that they are a mouse in a cage.”

Dan lives out of the Traveler part time and said that it’s extremely comfortable and has everything he needs.

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The Traveler offers a lot more than you would think in only 269 square feet. The house features a sleeping loft with queen bed, second sleeping loft or attic, and a first floor daybed that folds up into a couch. The stylish kitchen contains a full size propane range, 30 inch refrigerator, a kitchen table and various storage cabinets made of oak, maple or cherry. The bathroom has a vanity, standard skink, 60 inch tub/shower, TOTO toilet and an optional washer/dryer.

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The house is built on a steel, tandem axle trailer with electric breaks and easy leveling jacks. The exterior of the home is cedar lap siding and contains the beautiful large windows that ESCAPE homes are known for.

Options can be added onto the original price including:

  • Granite stone countertops
  • Dishwasher
  • Washer/Dryer combo
  • LG air conditioning/heat pump unit
  • Electric fireplace
  • Spa tub
  • Exterior awning

Currently both the Traveler ($65,600) and the Traveler Limited ($82,400) are on sale for $58,800 and $71,900. Please contact ESCAPE Traveler for more information.

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Photos courtesy of ESCAPE Traveler

By Christina Nellemann for the [Tiny House Blog]

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Phil - July 27, 2015 Reply

I’d like to coin a term:
McMiniMansion
The name says it all.

    John - August 1, 2015 Reply

    A 269 square foot house has nothing to do with “regular size” let alone what you refer to as a “MiniMcMansion,” which is simply an oxymoron.

Big Mike - July 27, 2015 Reply

When writing professionally, please check your grammar and spellign. Look, I made a funny!

scotty - July 28, 2015 Reply

If you’re going to blow that much cash, why not buy an Airstream? At least then it will be easier to tow behind your $60k luxury truck.

    sc - July 30, 2015 Reply

    Why would you make such a statement when we all know it depends on the needs of the person? For people who are planning to travel thru out the year, then a RV or schoolbus makes more sense. But for people who want the look and feel of an actual house, and are will rarely move it, these kind of models make sense.

Jay Olstead - July 30, 2015 Reply

I like this design very much, however, the photographers choice of lens for his camera are equally impressive. The reality is that these photos make this Th look larger than it really is. 7′ 6″ in width is about what you have to work with. Also, the square footage of the smaller model includes the loft which really isn’t calculated as part of interior square footage. You can’t even stand up. Just squat on your knees.Jay

letiicia montoya descalzi - August 17, 2015 Reply

I would like more information about the Escape Traveler. How much does it cost? Where do I per-order?

Terry - August 20, 2015 Reply

The design is excellent. It appeals to the segment of the population that requires a little more than a tent and Spanish moss to cleanse oneself. When, may I ask, is it an offence to downsize one’s life but expect to be comfortable while lowering your carbon footprint?

ESCAPE XL Traveler Now on Sale | Henry Bassett - October 19, 2015 Reply

[…] ESCAPE brand entered the THOW world just a few months ago with their 269 square foot Traveler, and they are now selling the XL version of this stylish cabin that can be towed to any location. […]

SuziesView - February 10, 2017 Reply

This is a fantastic design. Love the look and functional small space.

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