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Cozy Four-Season West Virginia Tree House

This lovely treehouse is suspended between oak and hickory trees in a cozy spot behind the hosts’ home. It has a lovely little porch with a table and some chairs where you can sip on coffee and watch the birds.

Inside, there’s a queen bed on the first floor and a full-sized bed up in the loft for kids (or adults who want to climb the ladder). A compact kitchenette with a gravity-fed sink provides you with water and a toaster/mini fridge. The couch nook by the windows is the perfect spot to curl up with a book!

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Adorable Treehouse Sleeps Four!

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It looks magical in the snow!

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And so quaint in the spring!

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There’s a cozy little couch tucked in this window corner.

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Beautiful velvety curtains cover the windows.

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A small deck off the front gives you a spot to enjoy morning coffee.

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A live-edge bar-height table seats four.

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Gravity-fed water and cute tin tiles.

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There’s a queen-sized bed on the first floor.

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The view from the queen bed.

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What you see from the porch door.

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And here’s the loft bedroom!

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There’s an outhouse at the base of the treehouse.

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Simple, but effective.

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And a 3/4 guest bathroom for your use at the main house.

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Thanks for checking out our treehouse! It’s 4 minutes from downtown Shepherdstown and 15 minutes from downtown Harpers Ferry. We are excited to share it with other fun-loving folks! The treehouse has heat and AC, a tiny kitchen with a mini fridge, stove top, toaster oven, gravity-fed sink and kitchenware. There’s a bathhouse built on the back of the host’s home with a conventional toilet and shower. There’s also an outhouse with a light and essentials. We provide wood for the fire pit also.

The treehouse sits between oak and hickory trees 20 feet above a rock outcropping that overlooks our little holler. There is a 12×5 front porch with a good sunset view and lighting for nighttime enjoyment. Inside there is a nook with large windows to relax by, a mini kitchen with a gravity fed sink, mini fridge, dual cook top and toaster oven along with four stools. We provide kitchenware, pillows, bedding, towels and firewood for the outdoor fire-pit. The loft is more suited for kids but is fine for able-bodied adults as well. We do not provide bedding for the full mattress in the loft, only pillows. The bathhouse is on the back side of the host’s house and is about a 30 second walk from the treehouse. The outhouse is 50 feet from the treehouse and has a light and other essentials.

When you arrive, use the gravel driveway just beyond our home’s paved driveway that has two silver gates. Park at the top of the driveway but feel free to unload down by our big red workshop/barn. The path to the treehouse begins along the left side of the workshop.

I live on a country road and my neighbors are like family, so make yourselves at home and feel free to check out our property. We have one other Airbnb, “Cozy School Bus”, on the other side of our property.

The bathhouse is on the back side of the host’s house and is about a 30 second walk from the bus. Feel free to use the kitchen inside the host’s home, just give us a heads up beforehand. Feel free to roam our backyard for sticks for a campfire or to relax/play games.

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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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  • Marsha Cowan
    January 4, 2024, 10:42 am

    Adorable! So pretty and cozy! I love it : )

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