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Ski-In/Ski-Out for $79 K With This Sneaky RV Log Cabin

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It's official: luxurious, mountain-inspired mobile homes are becoming a trend, and this 400-square-foot RV has everything from a real kitchen to a spacious screened-in porch that will inspire you to head to the hills. Although it looks like a small cabin, the so-called ESCAPE- designed by architect Kelly Davis- costs only $79,000 and can be hooked to a car and driven just about anywhere (mobile ski-in/ski-out? Yes, please!). The design incorporates cedar lap siding and the entire structure is made from recyclable or "sustainable growth materials," resulting in "virtually no carbon footprint." The fire place heats the whole place, and that full size bathroom is bigger than many in NYC. It looks like those prefab cabins out of Jackson Hole just might have some competition.

More on tiny home living:
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Tiny, Transforming A-Frame Costs Less Than $1200 To Build
Why Tiny Homes Might Be Just the Thing To Save Ski Towns
Genius Camper From 1972 Is Coolest Mobile Home Yet
Camouflaged Boulder in the Swiss Alps Is Actually A Tiny Cabin

-All Photos via Treehugger

· How a talented architect makes an RV look like a charming cabin in the woods [Treehugger]
· Escape [Official Site]
· Luxurious Mobile Cabins Are The Next Big Thing Out of Jackson [Curbed Ski]