Escape Vista based out of Rice Lake, Wisconsin has three tiny house models that are so gorgeous they’re getting national attention from major sources like Forbes, The Today Show, The Washington Post and others. You’ll understand why after you see the drool-worth pictures! Their models run from $29,800 to $46,600 and have a range from 110 square feet to 170 square feet.
We’re going to cover each model so you can decide which one is best for you!
The VISTA Sport is the original of the models 25’ long, 8.5’ wide and 170 square feet inside. It starts at $46,600 and has a 30-60 day build time with delivery available. It has a cedar exterior and solar panels for power.
The floorplan for the VISTA is compact but open so you have everything you need without feeling cramped. The flooring is laminate for durability or you can choose oak hardwood.
The living area has your living room/bedroom, dining area, and kitchen all together and is surrounded by large panoramic windows which let natural light flood in. The kitchen has plenty of cabinet space and a mini-fridge with an electric cooktop.
The storage area is huge and can be used for clothes or anything else that you need to store. All of the cabinets are maple with aluminum hardware.
The cabinets are large and deep so you can store bulky items.
The area is big enough for this great butcher block table and chairs giving you a space to eat or work.
The daybed folds flat to create a cozy bed and you even have a TV that pops up out of the hidden media cabinet!
In the bathroom, you have a shower stall and a slim sink with a mirror and shelf area.
You also have a compact Toto toilet with storage overhead. It’s surprisingly large for such a small trailer.
Another option for the VISTA is to not add the daybed which gives you an open living area where you can put a couch or futon.
The floorplan for the VISTA is nice and open with a few surprises like the pop-up TV and full storage cabinet.
The VISTA XL version is basically the same floorplan except you get a slightly large bathroom which has room for a laundry area.
The VISTA is ready to take on the world with you!
The VISTA GO is 16’ long, 8.5’ wide and has 136 square feet starting at $38,600. It also has a cedar exterior with solar panels or the option to go off-grid.
This model is similar to the original VISTA just slightly more compact with a smaller kitchen and a flip-out table instead of a stationary one.
The butcher block table can be flipped up when needed or folded down for more space.
The bathroom has a full-size shower, slim sink design, and a compact Toto toilet or you can do a composting version if you’re wanting to live off-grid.
You still have a large maple storage cabinet and daybed with the optional pop-up TV. It’s a great open floorplan with small differences but still tons of style.
The VISTA Sport is the smallest of the models at 13’ long, 8.5’ wide and 110 square feet. It starts at $29,800 and has unique features making it perfect for a portable retreat.
The Vista Sport is the most compact of the models but it still features a large daybed with the optional pop-up TV and storage below.
The bed is a Queen-size and you even have a built-in nightstand. Plus, just look at those huge windows that surround you!
This is not just another bed you rest in overnight. It is a dazzling experience! Superhost Gabriella will amaze you with her cozy tiny house.
The Cricket is a rustic historic cabin in a small neighborhood on Spring Street along side the rushing Clear Creek and nestled among an Aspen grove.
Serenely situated between Gravenhurst and Bracebridge, Tiny Haus has been custom built by an award winning architect to capture the beauty of the natural surroundings.
The kitchen is very creative with a hidden stove and sink that can be covered up to let the counter be used for dining when not in use!
The VISTA Sport floor plan makes the most of every inch available and gives you a cozy place to hit the road with!
We think Escape Vista has done a great job with their tiny house trailers and it’s easy to see why they’re getting so much attention! If you want to see more pictures of their models, visit their website at http://www.escapevista.com/.