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The Escape Traveler Reinvents the Traditional Recreational Vehicle
The ESCAPE Traveler is an American made mobile dwelling that tugs at my heartstrings.
This good looking and relatively affordable abode designed by award winning architect, Kelly Davis, is a game changer. It reinvents the traditional RV trailer from a rectangular box on wheels into a spacious tiny home designed for both full-time living and weekend adventures.
I share everything you need to know about The Escape Traveler, like its luxurious full-sized kitchen and bathroom on the following... pages.Continue to 2 of 6 below.
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Escape Traveler: The Kitchen is Stocked With Full-Sized Appliances
Let's get down to brass tacks. The Escape Traveler starts at $65,400, with decked out models loaded with features typically found in much larger homes, like the full-sized kitchen above, costing $82,400.
If you think that's a lot of moola for a trailer you're right — if you're only interested in owning a budget or midrange RV for camping.
However, if you're looking for something built for full-time living, the Escape Traveler is a bargain compared to other insanely livable... trailers like the Airstream Classic. While the latter is also loaded with all the creature comforts, it has a sky-high six-figure price tag.Continue to 3 of 6 below.
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Escape Traveler: The Living Room Features Space Saving Furniture
The Escape Traveler's living room features space saving furniture like a sofa that folds out into a comfy daybed and convenient built-in storage. The tiny space also packs a big-screen TV, Blu-ray player, and an electric fireplaceContinue to 4 of 6 below.
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Escape Traveler: The Tiny Home Bathroom is Fully Equipped
The Escape Traveler's bathroom comes equipped with a full-sized tub, shower, toilet, all-in-one washer and dryer, and plenty of counter space.Continue to 5 of 6 below.
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Escape Traveler: A Towable Tiny House on Wheels
The Escape Traveler can weigh around 10,000 lbs., or more depending on the number of options selected. Most standard pickup trucks can haul this tiny home on wheels using a Class V hitch.Continue to 6 of 6 below.
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Escape Traveler: The Typical Setup
The rendering shows the typical setup for the Escape Traveler. The tiny home's livable space is 269 square feet. The first floor is 180 square feet, and it's where you'll find the living room, kitchen, and bathroom. The second floor, which includes two sleeping lofts, brings an additional 89 square feet to the plate.
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