There are currently three treehouse cottages on the property.
Not long ago I showed you the very first treehouse that the owner built on the property.
And they each have conventional bathrooms with toilets and water that go into a septic system.
This means they are all fully permitted and licensed.
French doors, tongue and groove pine, cedar top ceilings, and more…
I encourage you to enjoy the full video tour and interview with the owner/builder below:
Each treehouse offers amazing views and fortunately they’re available as rentals if you ever wanted to go and stay in one.
Each one has a loft up top for the kids or for you if you wanted.
Video Tour and Interview with Owner/Builder
How to Stay in One of these Amazing Treehouse Cabins
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