ESCAPE Homes, a builder of travel-ready tiny RV homes and park homes, has introduced the ESCAPE Vista C, a fully-insulated disaster-proof shipping container home that boasts an optional rooftop terrace, wooden, drop-down deck, off-grid setup and a trailer for easy towing.
Built in a standard ISO shipping container and measuring 20 feet long and 8 feet wide, this multipurpose tiny home can sleep two and uses the Vista floorplan featuring a bedroom/living area with daybed and storage, a kitchen with full-size refrigerator, range, deep stainless steel sink, tall storage cabinets and butcher block countertops, according to a release. The bathroom features a full-size shower, sink and Toto toilet.
To enhance thermal performance, ESCAPE Homes incorporates closed cell foam insulation, Low-E thermopane windows, and a high performance A/C heat pump in the Vista C.
“We can ship ESCAPE Vista C anywhere in the world,” says ESCAPE founder Dan Dobrowolski. “Whether situated as a permanent structure or used as a traveling dwelling, it can withstand even the most remote conditions while offering the comforts of home.”
It is available in multiple exterior colors and includes the option of cedar exterior detailing. Additional add-ons include keyless lock system, a rooftop terrace that spans the length and width of the house, a motorized wooden deck that is raised and lowered with the push of a button, pop-up flat screen TV, and multiple steel doors and panels that can secure the entire building and more.
ESCAPE Vista C is easily transported via its own trailer and can also be situated permanently on a foundation. Power usage is minimal and ESCAPE Vista C water, power and utility hook-ups take just minutes, enabling it to travel with the whim of its owner.