Rice Lake, WI (April 20, 201) – ESCAPE Homes, the country’s largest builder of travel-ready tiny RV homes, will host a pop-up show featuring two of its most popular designs – ESCAPE One & ESCAPE One XL – at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds on Sunday, April 29 from 9am – 1pm.
ESCAPE Homes will offer tours of each tiny home on wheels and the show is free and open to the public.
Both designs feature an exterior of Shou Sugi Ban (the Japanese technique of charred siding), eleven foot ceilings, large upper lofts, and a raw, zen-like interior that can translate into a number of uses for its owner, including full-time residences, weekend cottages, in-law suites, disaster relief homes.
The 388 square-foot ESCAPE One XL can sleep up to eight and includes two sleeping lofts with five-foot ceilings, full-size kitchen and bath, and first floor multi-purpose living and dining areas.
The 276 square foot ESCAPE One can sleep up to four and features a built-in closet and pull-out drawers that are incorporated into the full-size stairs that lead to the spacious loft.
Each design is wrapped in windows that draw the outdoors in. Additional options such as French doors, queen, king or twin beds, flatscreen TV with Blu-ray, stone counter tops, USB outlets, cellular shades & exterior shower.
Both ESCAPE One and ESCAPE One XL are easily transported via their own trailer, and are crafted with high-efficiency insulation and climate control options that allow them to withstand extreme heat or cold.
Power usage is minimal and water, power and utility hook-up takes just minutes, enabling them to travel with the whim of their owner.
Although built like a cottage, by law ESCAPE One and ESCAPE One XL are conventional RVs, and therefore require no foundation and are not subject to property tax. ESCAPE One is priced from $49,800 and ESCAPE One XL is priced from $69,800
About ESCAPE Homes
ESCAPE Homes is acclaimed, both nationally and internationally, for the design of such innovative portable tiny homes as ESCAPE Vista, ESCAPE Traveler , ESCAPE Vintage, ESCAPE Tradition , ESCAPE One, and, now ESCAPE Vista C. Each structure is built by hand in America by carpenters with a combined 200 years’ experience.
Each design blends the best characteristics of a tiny home and RV and is inspired by the Prairie-style cottages at Canoe Bay in northwest Wisconsin. Canoe Bay owner, Dan Dobrowolski, enlisted the expertise of Frank Lloyd Wright, protege, John Rattenbury to design some of the resort cottages. ESCAPE Homes is his realization to bring these architectural gems to the public in a smaller, portable way. For more information, visit ESCAPE Homes (http://www.escapetraveler.net/).