It’s called the Vista, and it’s a 160-square-foot portable cabin that stands on its own pretty much anywhere. With cozy cedar walls, insulated floors and a glowing, spacious interior, you can hide out here all and unwind from the city’s noise and pollution and have a downtime.
The Vista’s interior is enough space for one to two people: There’s a bedroom, kitchen and bathroom with shower and toilet. You can also choose to add a washing machine or a pop-up flatscreen TV, if you’re into tricked-out getaways.
Pull-out storage under the bed makes this a prime example of efficient tiny home living. And a tiny dining table offers breakfast with a front-row seat of the winter landscape.
Oh, and did we mention the view yet? Three walls of windows surrounding the bed mean you can wake up in a winter wonderland… without the whole “being freezing cold” part. Glorious!
The Escape Vista starts at $39,900, which isn’t too bad considering a permanent vacation home will usually set you back tens of thousands more.
This tiny house will withstand blizzard temperatures and can travel anywhere a pick-up truck or SUV with a hitch can take it.