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This loft-style Japanese-inspired tiny home on wheels that can sleep 8 people for $69,800

Business Insider Logo By Brittany Chang of Business Insider | Slide 1 of 15: Escape Homes created the ESCAPE One XL, a tiny home on wheels that can sleep up to eight people for $69,800.The home is 388 square feet and includes lofted bedrooms, a kitchen, a bathroom, and a living room.The home, which is considered an RV, sits on a steel trailer.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.Escape Homes created the ESCAPE One XL, a $69,800 tiny home on wheels that can sleep up to eight people.The Escape One XL — one of the company's most popular designs — is the second and larger sibling of the Escape One and includes the same fixings as a normal home: bedrooms, a kitchen, a bathroom, and a living room.The home, which sits on a steel trailer, is technically considered an RV. Because of this, the tiny home needs to be connected to water, power, and utility points in order to use certain amenities, although there is the option to include off-grid components, such as a solar panel.The 388-square foot One XL is capable of sleeping up to eight people with the help of two lofts and an 11.3-foot high ceiling. The lofts, which can be accessed with the built-in staircase or ladder depending on the loft, both have almost five-foot high ceilings.In total, the home is 30-feet long (not including the five-foot hitch), 8.5 feet wide, and 13.5 feet high, weighing a total of about 11,000 pounds. But if this space is too small, there's also the option for the Escape XL Wide, which starts at a higher price of $74,500 for a 12-inch wider and 6-foot taller build with a similar layout.Read the original article on Business Insider

This loft-style Japanese-inspired tiny home on wheels that can sleep 8 people for $69,800 — see inside the 'One XL'


Escape Homes created the ESCAPE One XL, a $69,800 tiny home on wheels that can sleep up to eight people.

The Escape One XL — one of the company's most popular designs — is the second and larger sibling of the Escape One and includes the same fixings as a normal home: bedrooms, a kitchen, a bathroom, and a living room.

The home, which sits on a steel trailer, is technically considered an RV. Because of this, the tiny home needs to be connected to water, power, and utility points in order to use certain amenities, although there is the option to include off-grid components, such as a solar panel.

The 388-square foot One XL is capable of sleeping up to eight people with the help of two lofts and an 11.3-foot high ceiling. The lofts, which can be accessed with the built-in staircase or ladder depending on the loft, both have almost five-foot high ceilings.

In total, the home is 30-feet long (not including the five-foot hitch), 8.5 feet wide, and 13.5 feet high, weighing a total of about 11,000 pounds. But if this space is too small, there's also the option for the Escape XL Wide, which starts at a higher price of $74,500 for a 12-inch wider and 6-foot taller build with a similar layout.

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