This amazing father and son duo created an absolute masterpiece of a vacation property in Sevierville, Tennessee which they call “Skywalk Treehouse.” The two self-proclaimed “children at heart” made sure to include everything their past selves — and current selves — would want in a treehouse! That means there’s a whole building dedicated to entertainment and tons of luxury upgrades. Plus it’s located right in the foot of the Smokey Mountains!
While nowhere near “tiny,” this unique setup includes four separate treehouses connected by bridges a la “Swiss Family Robinson.” This incredible compound sleeps 16 and includes two full kitchens, multiple bathrooms, and a deck with a huge seven-person hot tub. Enjoy the incredible tour below!
The Baltic is a beautifully handcrafted, 2-story (but still tiny!) treehouse in Ontario, Canada. The idea to build the treehouse started back when Cam, a woodworker and furniture builder, was a kid and would build forts and treehouses with his friends. Then as an adult, he took a sustainable treehouse building course at Yestermorrow in Vermont to learn how to build in a way that would protect the trees and allow them to stay alive and healthy while supporting a structure. Together with his wife, Lauren, they founded Fort Treehouse Co. and built this incredible treehouse.
Using what Cam learned at school, along with advice from an arborist, he built a platform that is supported by two live maple trees (with custom treehouse hardware), as well as three steel posts. Some treehouse builders prefer to build 100% in the trees, but Cam and Lauren were limited by the trees they had available on their property and so they came up with this hybrid design.
Michael is an amazing man who has spent the last 30 years building an incredible treehouse resort on his acerage in Oregon. He started with a cabin and horseback-riding, but no one was interested. When he rebuilt the treehouse he had made for his children, however, people started to take interest!
And since then he has added treehouse after treehouse, a number of bathhouses for the homes without plumbing, and an extensive system of suspension bridges. There are even several ziplining courses! Enjoy a tour of the resort below.
A treehouse. In the woods. With a clear roof. The Whispering Wind Treehouse is truly remarkable as a cozy getaway with privacy, gorgeous views, and rustic charm.
The off-grid cabin is more glamping than a hotel stay, without any running water and just a strand of solar-powered globe lights. But it’s a perfect option for a couple looking to unplug and get back to nature — without needing to set up a tent and sleep on the ground. What do you think?
Welcome to a hidden gem nestled in the heart of Dahlonega, Georgia, where nature and modern comforts seamlessly merge. This secluded treehouse, hosted by Wes, offers a tranquil escape from the bustling city life, allowing you to immerse yourself in the serene beauty of over 80 acres of Triple Creek Farms.
Inside, you’ll find a cozy living space with comfortable furnishings, a well-equipped kitchen, and a private bedroom area with large windows framing scenic vistas. The treehouse also offers the delightful feature of a private outdoor shower, allowing you to connect with nature while enjoying your bathing experience.
If you’re a fan of tiny houses and unique living experiences, then you’re in for a treat. We recently stumbled upon a Levi Kelly video tour of the Carolina Treehouse, a tiny house nestled in Charlotte, North Carolina, and we couldn’t resist sharing it with our readers.
The Carolina Treehouse is not your ordinary tiny house. It’s a charming abode that offers a unique blend of comfort, style, and outdoor adventure. The property is situated in a serene community, surrounded by lush greenery and a private pond, making it a perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Seth Bolt from Needtobreathe built his first treehouse with his father back in 2015 for his wedding and honeymoon. Since then, Seth and Tori have managed it on Airbnb and were looking for the perfect property to put more amazing rentals.
They found this majestic land on a mountainside cliff in Tennessee and have added a mirror cabin, a number of epic domes and a romantic honeymoon treehouse. Go on a video tour of each of their amazing builds below!
Max and Tatiana had the dream to build a tree house on their property on Whidbey Island off the coast of Washington, and decided to get permits and permission for everything to save future headaches.
Two flights of stairs take you up to the deck off the front door. There’s a living/kitchen/half bath on the first floor, and up a ladder is the loft bedroom with full standing height. The couple built the home around the trees, making sure not to cut anything down in the process.
Looking for a secluded and magical treehouse experience in Austin, Texas? Look no further than this elevated wonder cabin! The one-of-a-kind rental is centrally located yet feels like a world away from it all.
The space itself is modern and open, with high ceilings and plenty of windows to let in natural light. It seems like the perfect place to relax and rejuvenate. And since the home is set back on the lot in the trees, it feels like you’re in your own private oasis, even though you’re near the heart of the city.
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