The tiny house industry was born with the idea of providing a downsized lifestyle with flexibility and freedom. On that account, countless tiny house builders have designed self-sustaining mobile houses to allow liberty to take your dwelling with you on your escapades. Escape A17 tiny house on wheels is one such fully off-grid model by Romania-based manufacturer, Solido Tiny House. The Escape A17 is built on a double-axle trailer and comes with a wood stove and a clean water tank.
The tiny house has a beautiful exterior and a solar panel-lined split rooftop. The front French doors open into the minimalist, Scandinavian-inspired interior. A large gable end window takes up an entire wall in the living room, where a couch is placed, which can also double as a sleeping space for one person. There is storage space under the couch and a ledge allows display of knick-knacks.
Past the living room is a fold-down dining table to seat two people with ease. Next is the full kitchen, which features a wood-fired stove, a two-burner cooktop, an oven, a sink, a wooden countertop, and plenty of storage (both overhead and under-counter).
Opposite the kitchen, a storage-integrated staircase leads to the sole bedroom in the loft. It has plenty of space for a king-size bed, a table-mounted television, and a small shelving unit. Under the loft, a small bathroom is neatly tucked. Accessible through a pocket door, the bathroom has a toilet, vanity sink, shower, and an instant gas water heater unit.
To provide complete off-grid capabilities to the house, Solido has included a water pump, 2000W solar panel system, 2 solar batteries, inverter and charger, 100-liter clean water tank, and a waste water tank. The Solido Escape A17 tiny house comes at a bargain price of $68,000.
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