Home & Design | November 3, 2016 9:00 am

Tiny House Giant Does the Unthinkable, Goes Even Tinier


From a spoonful of cream in your coffee to a dash of hot sauce in your chili to an arcade game in your palm, it’s the little things that make life worth living.

And while it’s bigger than a breadbox, we believe a 13-foot tiny home also fits the bill.

A new model that comes on the wheels of previous offerings like the Vista and Vintage from Wisconsin-based tiny home designer Escape, the Vista Sport rests on a single-axle trailer but still has enough space to fit a real bathroom, queen bed and a multi-purpose work/dining area.

Equipped with 110 square feet of total space, the Sport can be upgraded with solar panels, real wood flooring and a custom sink-and-stove combination that all come with a two-year warranty.

Weighing in at 4,900 pounds, the towable trailer’s exterior is covered in steel protective panels and cedar siding that’s been insulated with closed cell foam made from recycled products.

“Craftsmanship is everywhere in the quiet, clean, open design,” according to Escape. “Vista is an escape to a private space that is both sheltering and directly connected to nature.”

Starting at just $29,800, the Sport can be delivered in 30-60 days once an order is placed.

Order up, big guy.