With a housing shortage and the cost of living rising in some cities across the US (looking at you San Francisco), it’s no wonder some homeowners are giving it all up and investing in tiny homes. Unless you’re probably living in a rural area, chances are most millennials grappling with student loan debt aren’t owning a house with a white picket fence at 25.

With their functionality and the fact they are usually mobile, this makes tiny houses incredibly attractive to people wanting to downsize and lessen their footprint on the environment. And it’s always nice when the design is cool. Enter in ESCAPE Home’s mobile 276-square-foot tiny home, a perfect blend of minimalist qualities with a rustic exterior.

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With a full kitchen equipped with a fridge under the counter, a hidden sink, a sleeping loft and a giant window that lets in plenty of light, it’s incredibly homey. Advertised at $49,800, the price makes it pretty tempting to sell off everything and start a tiny home way of life.