If the ESCAPE Traveler XL sounds familiar, it’s because this tiny portable home is the upgraded and expanded version of its popular sibling, the six-person ESCAPE Traveler. With 50 additional square feet of living space and a first-floor queen-size bedroom, the ESCAPE Traveler XL gives owners more room to stretch out without compromising ease of travel. Like its predecessors, this handcrafted travel-ready home is cozy with a wood-lined interior and quality construction that makes it look like a Prairie-Style cottage.
The 13,000-pound ESCAPE Traveler XL comes with its own trailer and can be transported with a large pick-up. The exterior is clad in cedar lap siding with Corten-type steel accents and punctuated with floor-to-ceiling low-e windows. The bedrooms, which accommodate eight, include an upper sleeping loft, optional second sleeping loft, and first floor queen-size bed. The home also features a full-size kitchen, living area with a fireplace, and a big screen TV. Water and power hookups only take minutes to setup. Owners can also take their portable home off-grid with add-ons such as the solar power system, composting or incinerating toilet, gray water system, and rainwater collection systems.
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Each handcrafted and customizable XL can be produced in as little as one to two months. Prices start at $72,800.
+ ESCAPE Traveler XL
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