The Escape Village is adjacent to Canoe Bay, a rustic resort with prairie-style cottages that inspired tiny homes. Dan Dobrowskiowner of Canoe Bay and Escape Homes, worked with architect John Rattenbury, a Frank Lloyd Wright protege, to design some of the complex’s cottages on which the tiny houses are based. Canoe Bay Escape Village, located on over 100 acres of forest and wetlands, includes two private lakes. In addition to hiking, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing, community visitors can dine at the Canoe Bay Lakefront Dining Room.
Many of the Canoe Bay Escape Village lots offer views of the lake and wetlands. The road and utilities are already in place. Each Tiny Home features an open floor plan, queen or king-size beds, full-size appliances, and fully equipped kitchens and bathrooms, plus plenty of windows to frame views of the woods and countryside. water.
Tiny Portable Homes can be purchased for between $53,000 and $78,500 and placed on lots, some of which require lot bonuses. Buyers pay monthly rent of $450 to $600 for the land. Tiny resort homes are available for purchase, vacation rental, or long-term rental. Buyers can rent out their tiny homes to vacationers for income.