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The Traveler by ESCAPE TRAVELER is a 25-foot tiny house on wheels.

It weighs between 10,000 and 12,000 lbs. depending on the options selected.

The exterior of the home is finished with coated cedar siding and steel accent panels. The roof is metal and comes with a 40-year warranty.

The images below provide a look at the 2016 floor plan.

When entering the home, to the left there are two sleeping areas.

The loft area fits a queen size bed. Under that is a lower-level sleeping area which we will view in more detail below.

Just outside of the sleeping area on the lower level is a large storage closet that is 36 inches wide and has both hanging areas and shelves.

The included 30-inch by 36-inch dining table is constructed of solid butcher block.

The lower-level sleeping area can be closed off to make it a private bedroom, or it can remain open as a sleeping/living space with a daybed setup as shown below. Either a full size or queen size bed will fit into this area.

Built-in bookcases, open shelving, and a nightstand provide ample storage. The room can also be outfitted with an optional smart TV and electric fireplace as shown below.

Next to the sleeping areas is the kitchen, which has a lot of upper and lower cabinetry and a large stainless steel sink.

Throughout the kitchen and dining areas there are large windows which bring in natural light. Combined with the light wood, this helps to make the home feel open, airy, and spacious.

The flooring used is a maple composite which beautifully matches the maple cabinetry.

This kitchen is furnished with full-sized stainless steel appliances: a refrigerator/freezer, 30-inch stove with a convection oven, and a vented microwave oven.

On the other end of the home is the bathroom, which is quite large for a tiny house. It has a 5-foot vanity with a cabinet and shelf above it, and drawers and cabinet space below it.

A washer/dryer combo unit fits nicely underneath the counter as well.

The toilet is a standard flushing model, but composting and Laveo Dry-Flush options are also available. Above the toilet is an obscured glass window to bring in light while also maintaining privacy.

Not pictured is the 30-inch by 60-inch shower and tub. (Check out the video below to see it.)

Above the bathroom is the second loft, which is approximately 42 inches high. This area can be used as a sleeping, lounging, or storage space.

Below are floor plans for the 2016 Traveler.

And here’s a full tour of the 2016 Traveler provided by the builder.

In 2018, ESCAPE TRAVELER debuted a modified version of the original Traveler, giving us a glimpse of how customizable this model is. Below is the floor plan for the 2018 version. Head over to ESCAPE TRAVELER if you would like to see a tour of the 2018 model.

Tiny houses by ESCAPE TRAVELER are so popular that entire tiny house residential and vacation villages have been created using their models (see ESCAPE Tampa Bay Village and Canoe Bay ESCAPE Village).

For more information on the Traveler, including pricing and available options, visit ESCAPE TRAVELER.

Credits: Images, floor plans, and video via ESCAPE TRAVELER.

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