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Bliss Ridge Farm Treehouse w/ Mountain Views


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The owners of Bliss Ridge Farm had an incredible treehouse professionally designed by B’fer Roth, DIY network host The Treehouse Guys, and it takes inspiration from Dr. Seuss! The wonky interior feels natural and playful and provides sleeping for up to 6 people between the two lofts and a queen-sized bed on the first floor.

I’m unsure if the best part of the treehouse is the suspension bridge that takes you up to the house or the stunning view of pasture and trees from the home’s second floor. What do you think?

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Dr. Seuss-Inspired Treehouse w/ Suspension Bridge

The interior has so much texture from all the tree branches.

The first floor has a comfortable queen bed in the window.

The big windows are perfect for soaking in the views of the trees.

The floors and walls are all natural wood.

The bathroom is behind the red curtain.

This is the view from one of the two lofts.

I love this natural railing!

Fun in the loft!

One of the lofts has a double bed.

The ceiling looks so cool!

The front door has more natural lines. One of a kind!

They added a residential toilet last year.

There’s a little corner kitchen.

Enjoy some farm-fresh produce during your stay!

You can lay out quite the meal in this tiny home!

The drinking water is fresh from the spring!

The deck area has seating for two.

This is the idyllic view from the treehouse!

The treehouse is in the far left corner of the picture.

I love the suspension bridge up to the house.

A nearby fire pit provides a spot for roasting s’mores.

The house is fully suspended in the trees!

Details:

  • Dr. Seuss-inspired, luxe treehouse perched atop an 88-acre, organic hill farm.
  • Designed by B’fer Roth, host of DIY network’s The Treehouse Guys, offering an authentic treehouse experience within living trees.
  • Surrounded by thousands of acres of wilderness, with private hiking trails and panoramic views of the Worcester range, including Camel’s Hump and Mansfield.
  • Truly secluded location, yet only a 15-minute drive from the heart of Mad River Valley and Waterbury.
  • Main floor includes a queen bed, fold-out sofa, kitchen, living area, bathroom, and patio with a hammock.
  • Two 10-foot lofts above, one with a double bed and one with a twin.
  • “Bedrooms” are not closed off from one another, providing an open and airy atmosphere.
  • Built within the trees, offering subtle movement and creaking during windy conditions.
  • New for 2023: septic system in place with a normal residential flush toilet.
  • Hot outdoor shower located on the front porch, complete with a curtain for privacy.

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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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