The Queensland-based builder, Alphaline Tiny Homes, has an impressive fleet of compact dwellings to flaunt, including the Escape 6000 tiny house. The Escape 6000 is an archetypal tiny home that packs an open-floor layout with an incredibly cozy bedroom, compact kitchen, a sleeping loft, and a considerable bathroom. Measuring 19.6 feet long, this mid-sized model sleeps four people in its snug interior.
Boasting a black exterior, which is typical among the builders from the land Down Under, the tiny house on wheels is a perfect abode for a travel-loving couple. There are numerous huge windows that bring in plenty of natural light, fresh air, and stunning outdoor views inside.
Other than the available option, the Escape 6000 tiny house is customizable in various other finishes, both inside and out. Interestingly, it has an open-floor layout that omits the living room area for an amazingly inviting bedroom flanked by wall-sized windows.
The bed is made of a raised platform, providing storage underneath. Adjacent is space for a dining table for two, you can choose traditional furniture or opt for a fold-down addition to save space.
Next to the bed is a compact kitchen. It has generous counter space, under-counter cabinets, a two-burner cooktop, an overhead shelf, a sink, and a full-length closet to house groceries and fit a refrigerator.
Past the kitchen, a fully functional bathroom is concealed behind a sliding barn door. The bathroom has a glass-enclosed door, a conventional toilet, wooden shelves, and a sink.
Above the bathroom, there is plenty of space for a loft bedroom. The loft is optional and you can opt out of it if you want. However, a loft might serve as an additional sleeping area or even come in handy to store essentials as there is very limited space on the main floor for anything else other than the bare minimum.
Regardless of its limitations, the Escape 6000 tiny house is an ideal companion while living on the road. For information regarding pricing and delivery of this particular mobile sanctuary, you can contact the builder.
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