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Fort Ebey Treehouse with Wrap-Around Porch

Treehouses are always cool, but one designed by Pete Nelson of the Treehouse Masters TV show is extra remarkable! Unlike many tree houses you’ll find today, this one is solely supported by the surrounding trees and sways with them. The treehouse is located in Coupeville, Washington. It has a first-floor bedroom and a loft area with a large daybed-like couch that you could also sleep on.

There’s a galley kitchen area with basic appliances (no large oven) and a sitting area that opens up to the porch via big French doors. The large deck has a spot for a hammock and a gas grill. Inside, there’s a bathroom with standard plumbing for a toilet and a full-sized shower stall. Enjoy incredible views and a private spot in the trees.

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Pete Nelson (Treehouse Masters TV Show): Designed This Tree House!

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You’ll be surrounded by tall trees!

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Big French doors open out onto the deck.

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Watch the sun set from a private porch.

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You’ll feel like you’re one with the forest.

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Take a nap in the hammock.

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The whole home gets flooded with light.

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The kitchen has a little convection oven, microwave and a regular fridge.

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The little bathroom has a residential toilet.

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Here’s the first floor bedroom.

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A full shower in the bathroom.

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Up in the loft you can sleep or hang out!

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The view from the bedroom.

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Details from the Host:

  • The Fort Ebey Treehouse is an incredible and unique escape that invites you to relax and connect with nature without sacrificing any modern amenities.
  • Nestled underneath towering Douglas Fir trees, this fully equipped tiny house in a tree provides amazing views of the lush forest and Lake Pondilla, along with immediate access to miles of mixed use trails and easy access to two beaches on the Admiralty Inlet.
  • The 500 square foot treehouse was designed by Pete Nelson–renowned treehouse builder, owner of Treehouse Point, and star of the Treehouse Masters TV show.
  • Construction was completed at the end of 2020 by the incomparable Nelson Treehouse & Supply crew and we are excited to share the Fort Ebey Treehouse experience with our guests.
  • The main floor of the treehouse contains an open kitchen and living room area, a table for four, a master bedroom, and a conventional bathroom with standing shower. The master bedroom contains a queen size bed and limited but sufficient storage space. A ship’s ladder provides access to the loft area which contains a seating area and a television with limited programming.
  • The couch in the loft easily converts to a comfortable double sized bed for a second sleeping area. High speed Wi-Fi throughout the treehouse and patio enables guests to stay connected access streaming services without limitations.
  • The tiny-house style kitchen is equipped with dishes and utensils for four and has the following appliances: a single burner convection cook top, an air fryer toaster oven, a microwave, and 6-quart InstaPot.
  • A propane grill is also available on the patio; however, the propane fuel is provided on a best effort basis and is not guaranteed.
  • Unfortunately, the treehouse is not currently appropriate for or open to pets or children under the age of 12. Please contact the host if you would like further information.
  • The treehouse is diver friendly. Rinsing and drying space for equipment is available in the covered area under the treehouse platform. Please contact the host if you are a diver to coordinate the additional details.
  • The gravel road in front of the property provides space for up to two vehicles to park on the shoulder. Due to the unique nature of the location, accessing the treehouse requires going up and down several flights of stairs. Unfortunately, people with mobility issues may not be able to stay at this location.
  • Additionally, the loft area, which includes the TV and second sleeping space, is accessible by a ship’s ladder. People uncomfortable going up and down a ladder will not be able to access this floor and its amenities.
  • The structure is solely supported by living trees which are active in the wind. Consequently, the treehouse will shift or sway on windy days. While the motion is not pronounced, people who are highly susceptible to motion sickness may not be comfortable at this location. Contact the owners before booking if you have additional questions.
  • U.S. Navy jets from nearby Naval Air Station Whidbey Island may fly over the area at any time for several hours. The noise impact of the flyovers at the treehouse is minor, but noticeable. Contact the owners for information on the flight schedule.

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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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