ESCAPE Homes, who build “travel-ready” tiny RVs, have put their latest offering in the Hudson Valley up on Airbnb for $145/night. Known as “The Glass House,” the super-compact, 180-square-foot getaway shares the rectangular footprint and oversized windows of Philip Johnson’s masterpiece, but other than that, this rental is one-of-a-kind. Solar powered and off-grid, it sits on 30 acres of rolling hills just 90 minutes from Manhattan and can fit a queen-size bed, fully functional kitchen, dining area, and full bath with a tub/shower in its itsy footprint.
The RV has modern comforts such as Wi-Fi and air-conditioning. Outside, guests can enjoy an additional dining area and a firepit. Plus, vineyards, apple orchards, and downtown Marlboro are just minutes away. Art-centric hamlet Beacon is 25 minutes away, Storm King Art Center is 30 minutes, and New Paltz and Cold Spring are also nearby.
As 6sqft previously explained, architects Kelly Davis and Dan George Dobrowolski started ESCAPE to create traveling tiny homes that offer the full range of amenities available in traditional vacation rentals. They’re up for rent in eight other locations around the country, and the RVs are also available for purchase, as each model can be manufactured and delivered within 90 days. The Glass House is the Vista Go model, which starts at $38,600.
View the full rental listing on Airbnb.
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Images courtesy of ESCAPE/Airbnb