The interior of the Vista Go, which covers just 136 square feet of floorspace.

Tiny home builder Escape has scaled down its 160-square foot Vista tiny home in order to create the Vista Go, a 136-square foot towable home that “retains the same great craftsmanship and generous glazing boasted by its predecessor.” This new model is 1,500 lb lighter than the Vista, and 16 feet in length as opposed to 20 feet.

The Vista Go blurs the line between tiny house and camping trailer, which is already a pretty fine line. While people certainly can and do live in spaces smaller than the Vista Go full-time, Escape envisions it as better suited to weekend getaways and vacations, or it could perhaps serve as a second home.

The ‘micro-home’ includes full cedar siding, protective steel panels, and pine tongue and groove interior finishing. An off-grid package is available for the home, which includes solar power, on-board water, and a composting toilet.

Pricing for the Vista Go starts at $38,600.

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