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500 sq. ft. Meadowlark Treehouse on 5 Acres


In Montana, just 30 minutes from Glacier National Park sits an awesome 5-acre property with not one, but two epic tree houses! The Meadowlark Treehouse was the first one, and it has 500 square feet of living space between the two stories.

First, a spiral staircase takes you up to the main floor and a full kitchen. Then there’s another spiral staircase that leads to the cozy Master suite in the trees with its own private deck!

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Majestic Two-Story Tree House w/ Spiral Staircases

The treehouse grand entrance is a spiral staircase custom crafted around a giant Douglas fir tree. This treehouse has 500 square feet of living space with 2 outside deck areas, the common room has a 2nd spiral staircase, full kitchen, dishwasher, stove and 3 lush padded benches to entertain (the 3 benches are each 24 inches by six feet long) which also double as sleeping quarters.  There is no “roughing it” in this treehouse. The first floor has a full bathroom with a full sized shower and sink.  2 living trees grow through the treehouse interior and 2 living trees are through the treehouse decks!  More behind the scene photos on Instagram: @mttreehouse  The master suite loft has a queen tempur-pedic mattress leading out to the 2nd story treehouse deck through a sliding glass door for the most relaxing space to enjoy a glass of wine or cup of coffee overlooking your private wooded setting. Master suite loft also has a private 1/2 bathroom. 14

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What a majestic Winter Wonderland!

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An iron spiral staircase runs through the center of the house.

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Two trees poke through the interior as well!

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The kitchen, complete with a dishwasher!

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No roughing it here!

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Queen bed up in the loft suite.

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There’s a private porch off the front.

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Cute corner sink in the downstairs bath.

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Shower & flush toilet!

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There’s another bathroom upstairs as well.

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Looking up in the main living area.

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A mini-split provides heat.

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What a fairytale-like structure!

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Would you stay here?

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The treehouse grand entrance is a spiral staircase custom crafted around a giant Douglas fir tree. This treehouse has 500 square feet of living space with 2 outside deck areas, the common room has a 2nd spiral staircase, full kitchen, dishwasher, stove and 3 lush padded benches to entertain (the 3 benches are each 24 inches by six feet long) which also double as sleeping quarters.

There is no “roughing it” in this treehouse. The first floor has a full bathroom with a full sized shower and sink.

2 living trees grow through the treehouse interior and 2 living trees are through the treehouse decks!

The master suite loft has a queen tempur-pedic mattress leading out to the 2nd story treehouse deck through a sliding glass door for the most relaxing space to enjoy a glass of wine or cup of coffee overlooking your private wooded setting. Master suite loft also has a private 1/2 bathroom.

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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