Though this appears like a pretty small cabin, but it is far beyond such. Read on to see why. The below picture is far beyond just an admirable wood cabin. Though very much like a shining log cabin, some architecture looks its putting on have given it another new look. The brain behind this faux-cabin- Kelly Davis happens to be a trickster and “magician” at Canoe Bay Escape.
On a more serious note, though it looks like a cabin, it is actually a RV.
This is only a 400 square feet “cabin” that doesn’t sound like one.
In its real sense, this is bigger than any one room apartment found around.
Originally, the ESCAPE cabin was imagined to be a high quality cabin, instead of an RV.
But at present, ESCAPE has become part of the cabin movement. This rapidly growing movement is focusing on how to live with small financial, physical and environmental print.
In fairness, it really doesn’t take after the other RVs, yet it best fits for the standard 400square feet Park Model RV.
The cabin, not just produced from 100% high quality materials, its brilliant design is convincing enough for one to determine its size. The materials are- Energy Star appliances, LED lighting, cedar lap siding, etc.
Normally, in the creation of a tiny/small home, compromises are made, but there happened to be nothing of say…there’s no room for a bathroom or kitchen or bathroom in ESCAPE.
At Canoe Bay Escape, the cabin (or RV) is completely surrounded by gorgeous looks from any angle.
No doubt, several other admires will begin to copy the concepts of these modern day cabin homes, so to utilise well their little resources (both liquid and fixed assets).
ESCAPE would have incurred about $79,000 running one around. Of course you will believe with me that this is reasonably enough for RV.
Guess what! I think it’s worth it for anyone who could live in this astonishingly gorgeous lil home. Don’t you?
Talk of the lovely home standard design, which is for real. “This home movement cabin at Canoe Bay is heated using a sealed combustion, high efficiency fireplace that is rated above 90%, even through this brutal winter, without furnace. None has ever opted for any either. Temperatures here have consistently been -20 to -35 below zero as the fireplace has easily heated ESCAPE and reduced greatly our expenses. It is far better than our expectation.”
Such an amazing cabin without heating bills, and less to maintain! I’m already falling for this and set to build mine. Alek Lisefski (of Tiny Project) commented on this, saying, “While living in such a small house, my space, and in turn each area of my life, will be simpler, less chaotic, and free from all but what is essential.” Of course he’s making a point. Or what is your take?
Source: Tree Hugger