We usually associate Escape with contemporary tiny house designs like the Vista, but with its latest model the firm has produced a towable dwelling that may appeal to those who prefer the classic cutesy tiny house look. Able to run on or off-the-grid and with plenty of optional extras, pricing for the Tradition starts at US$53,000.
The Tradition is offered in multiple sizes and versions, including a 21 ft (6.4 m)-long model and a larger 25 ft (7.62 m)-long version with a porch. It nails the classic tiny house look with its gable roof and cedar siding exterior. The interior is finished in pine tongue and groove and looks to a high standard, like all of Escape's homes thus far.
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The majority of the Tradition's ground floor is taken up by an open lounge, kitchen and dining area. There's enough space for a sofa (a sofa bed is optional) and a drop-down dining table/desk is installed. The kitchenette includes a sink, full-size fridge, propane-powered oven and three burner stove, plus storage space.
Further into the home lies a large closet (shelves and a washer/dryer unit are also an option) and a door to the bathroom. The bathroom has a shower, sink and toilet, plus a towel rack, storage cabinet and mirror.
The Tradition's main loft bedroom is accessed by ladder (stairs are yet another option) and, at 4 ft (1.4 m) tall, looks to be a little taller than most tiny house lofts we cover – though you're still not going to be standing up straight in there.
A secondary loft is also accessed by ladder and can be used as a storage space or additional bedroom.
The Tradition gets its power from a standard RV hookup or can run off-the grid with a solar package (a composting toilet is available, too). Weight comes in at 8,000 - 12,000 lb (3,628 - 5,443 kg), depending on the size and options chosen.
Check out the video below for a tour of the home.