Up in Sanford, Maine you can stay at one of three amazing tree houses at the Littlefield Retreat which are powered by a vast solar array. That means your whole trip ends up being carbon neutral (including your drive from nearby cities like Boston).
But this “eco-luxury” treehouse won’t feel like you’re skimping. It has a fully-functional kitchen, a bedroom “pod” and a loft bedroom both with queen beds, and so many lovely reclaimed or locally-sourced touches to give it unique charm.
I’m especially a fan of all the wood elements inside! Enjoy the photo tour below.
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Solar-Powered Tree House w/ Reclaimed Elements
The large wood beams and butcher block countertops! Wow.
The bedroom pod is behind the door, and the bathroom is to the left.
The red accent color is perfect.
Under-mount sinks are so brilliant!
View from the living room side.
All the doors have these precious knobs!
Hand-made staircase created from locally-sourced lumber.
The loft has an awesome porthole window.
And a nice desk space if you *have* to get some work done.
Large shower stall with a rainfall shower head.
The vanity stump was sourced from the property.
Super neat tiles.
Back bedroom with amazing headboard.
Layout for your perusal.
Treehouse aglo at night.
You ascend via an awesome spiral staircase.
Although only 350 square feet, this home has everything you need for a delightful stay. Cook dinner in a full kitchen with a refrigerator, stove, oven, microwave, and coffeemaker. You have dinnerware, silverware, water and wine glasses, cookware, and all the essential kitchen accessories. Both the loft and the attached sleeping pod are furnished with queen beds.
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