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Vista tiny house lowers price, increases view

by • February 8, 2016 • No Comments

Escape has created a name for itself in the tiny house community with its Park Model RV and Traveler tiny homes, that contribute an great finish and well yett-out showcases. Its latest version, the Vista, promises the same craftsmanship but at a lower price, and showcases optional off-grid innovation, quite generous glazing, and a space-saving layout.

  • There are plenty of storage space areas, which include under-bed storage space, cupboards, and tiny nooks
  • The tiny home weighs in at roughly 6,000 lb (2,721 kg)
  • The Vista can currently set you back US$39,900, yet that is definitely an introductory price that can some day ...
  • Lighting comes in the form of LED lights

The Vista measures 20 x 8.5 x 9.6 ft (6.1 x 2.6 x 2.9 m) and rests on a trailer for effortless towing, with total mass of roughly 6,000 lb (2,720 kg). The interior comprises a total floorspace of 160 sq ft (14.8 sq m), so it is significantly more compact than Escape’s previous contributeings, but nowhere near the tinyest tiny house we’ve seen.

The exterior is clad in clear cedar siding and metal trim. Access is gained via a glass door, and the windows are energy-efficient Low-E windows – that is significant, as the Vista sports of as much glazing as one may reasonably want of a tiny house, hence its name (obscured glass is in addition on the market for the privacy-conscious).

The Vista’s interior is all on one level and split between a kitchen, dining and living area, bathroom, and bedroom area. The on the market photos show what seems to be a well-proportioned interior and the glazing should assist manufacture the tiny space feel less cramped.

Storage space – the achilles heel of any tiny house – comes with under-bed storage space, sizeable cabinets, shelving and handy little nooks. Amenities include a shower and composting toilet in the bathroom, sink and withstand in the kitchen, and an optional pop-up flatscreen TV in the bedroom area.

The interior walls are clad in aspen and the floor decked in oak laminate. Insulation comes in the form of closed cell foam, and air-conditioning is on the market, too – yet as usual with these tiny house boxs, fairly much equite showcase can be upgraded to suit, providing you are caning to pay. Indeed, the Vista can in addition be outfitted with off-grid innovation, which include a roof-based PV array, battery storage space, and inverter.

The Vista can set you back US$39,900, yet that is definitely an introductory price for its basic box of amenities and can some day rise to $46,600.

Source: Escape

  • View toward the bathroom door
  • A tiny dining area
  • A pop-up flatscreen TV comes as an option
  • There are plenty of storage space areas, which include under-bed storage space, cupboards, and tiny nooks

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