A Simple Plug In Powers The Sustainable Designs & ESCAPE eOne Showcases 11’ Upper Loft & Walkway

Rice Lake, WI – – March 4, 2022  – – ESCAPE Homes has just unveiled a brand new line of all-electric eESCAPE Tiny Homes that, like electric cars, allow you to plug in and play.

Powered by a simple plug that can easily connect to an EV car or truck, eESCAPE Homes take sustainability to a new level and offer affordable and versatile living options designed from the ground up and available immediately.

“The EV revolution is here,” says ESCAPE Homes founder, Dan Dobrowolski. “And our eESCAPE series are built with the most innovative products on the market.”

Three of ESCAPE’s most popular designs – eVista, eVista XL and eOne – now offer complete electric and solar capabilities within the company’s clean, quiet, open floor plans.

And, eOne is taken to a new level with a different floor plan that showcases a huge 11’ upper loft with an 8’ long upper walkway to a second loft. It also includes a larger kitchen and expansive storage as well as soaring windows that open and wrap the tiny house so that the outdoors is almost an extension of the home.


The homes are crafted with sustainably-grown wood siding and paneling, Green Gold Certified insulating made primarily from recycled materials and LED lighting that uses almost no power.

They feature climate-controlled AC, heat pumps and auxiliary heat to withstand extreme weather conditions.

The all-electric homes can sleep from 2 – 8 people and the floor plans can be customized to serve any need – – from an Airbnb rental or guest house to a modern office or private retreat.

Each eESCAPE is available now and homeowners can receive their new, completely sustainable design within weeks, with units starting from $43,600.

Dropbox Link To eESCAPE Tiny Home Designs




ESCAPE is acclaimed, both nationally and internationally, for the design of innovative portable tiny homes that blend the best characteristics of a tiny home and RV and are inspired by the Prairie-style resort cottages at Canoe Bay in northwest Wisconsin.

Canoe Bay owner, Dan Dobrowolski, enlisted the expertise of Frank Lloyd Wright, protege, John Rattenbury, and Kelly Davis (AIA) award winning architect emeritus from SALA Architects in Minneapolis, to design some of the resort cottages. ESCAPE is his realization to bring these architectural gems to the public in a smaller, portable way. 

 (Additional images available upon request –please email susanmaier@nullwernerpr.com).

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Media Contact:  Susan Maier, E-mail: susanmaier@nullwernerpr.com, Tel:(402) 671-8822

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