After jumping into the tiny house fray with a series of impressive modern-style tiny houses, Wisconsin-based tiny house builder Escape Homes is continuing to explore a more traditional look. Last fall, it introduced the gabled Vintage and now it has come out with a new model simply called Tradition.
Offered in a range of sizes, including a 21-foot-long model and a larger 25-foot-long version that can accommodate a second loft, Tradition features pine wood walls throughout, plus a pine door to the bathroom. The layout is pretty standard with a lofted Queen bed above a kitchenette offering maple cabinets and optional stainless steel appliances. The living area has a pull-up desk and optional sofa bed.
A few features that set the Tradition apart are a large two-door closet (ever think you could have one of those in a tiny house?), the optional covered front porch, and dormer windows and built-in triangular storage in the loft. Of course, solar power and off-the-grid upgrades are always available.
The Tradition’s base price is $53,000, which makes it one of Escape’s lower-priced options.A closer look at the features below.
Take a tour inside in this video.