392-Square-Foot Tiny Cabin With Large Covered Porch

Some things are just better when they are kept simple and high quality. The Classic Escape park model from Escape Tiny Homes proves that. The Classic Escape is one of their first original designs. They also offer the Classic Alternate Plan where they changed the position of the shower and the private toilet room to make way for a second door to the bathroom. The Classic park model tiny house design is their widest model at 14 feet wide by 28.6 feet long and 40 feet long with the awesome outdoor porch. The basic package for the Classic Escape includes the vinyl, low E, thermopane windows. Cedar lap siding with unique trim, panel-loc plus metal roofing, unique sconce and exterior lighting, full light entry door and plenty of storage. It also has wooden wall pegs, pine wood walls, pine wood walls, ceiling and custom trim, and solid wooden doors. The tiny house design has oak laminate flooring; energy saving recessed LED lighting, 30-gallon water heater.

The kitchen includes gorgeous maple cabinetry, with full-sized Energy Star appliances, laminate countertops, a stainless steel sink, and Hansgrohe faucet. The bathroom has a vanity with single bowl sink, single handle chrome faucet, with a one-piece fiberglass tub/shower, Toto toilet, and exhaust fan. The bedroom in this tiny house design has a queen built-in bed frame and nightstands, and a storage closet. The living room features include recessed lighting, advanced electric fireplace, with plenty of windows for ventilation and a PTAC cool/heat unit with Thermostat. The Classic tiny house design is priced at $114,800.

The Classic Escape park model tiny house design has a custom home quality construction and includes beautiful vaulted ceilings throughout, with a ceiling fan in the living room and closed cell foam insulation to keep its temperature regulated no matter what the weather is. The tiny house design has a 30 amp plug, and the plumbing is Wirsbo Aquapex Manifold System, Smoke/CO detector and fire extinguisher for safety purposes as well. Additional options for the Classic Escape park model home include adding in drywall instead of the tongue and groove as well as a 12 foot covered porch. Customers can also add in a washer and dryer combo unit, high-efficiency A/C heat split system, window coverings package and an on-demand water heater. You could even add in a gas fireplace in the living room if you wanted one. Additional options include an electronics package that includes two flat screen televisions, Blu-ray players, mounts and wiring, an ice maker and even USB outlets. They can also create a solar Power Package with 1KW of solar panels. All these additional options are priced separately and are just some of the things you can add to your Classic park model home.

This could be the perfect place to have as a guest house or as your own vacation home. Some people may even be happy living in this home full-time if they enjoy a simpler lifestyle. If the Classic isn’t what you’re looking for, they also feature a bunch of other tiny house designs including tiny houses on wheels which would be great for travel purposes. Escape has been in the business of building tiny homes and cottages for the past 25 years. They have even gotten awarded for their tiny home plans as well. These homes are also built to last since they’re made using high-quality materials throughout. Instead of building your own tiny house from scratch, having a kit like this one will help you get the tiny house of your dream sooner and maybe even more affordable as well.