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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Modern Cabin Nestled in the Trees in Austin, Texas
This serene and elevated cabin features two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large living area, and an outdoor deck. Plus, the kitchen is beautifully rustic and fully equipped for all your cooking needs. The large, open living area features a cozy rug and a British flag being used as a curtain.
- Magical Treehouse in Austin, Texas
- For rent on Airbnb
- Full kitchen
- Living area
- Outdoor deck
- Nestled in the trees
- Centrally located
- Starts at $144/night
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This is not a treehouse. It is a house within trees. An actual treehouse is fully supported by trees, and not the ground around them.
Yes, it’s not literally a tree house but people still use the term for any structure that’s among the trees and provides a tree height view. There’s also variations where the structure may be partially supported by a tree(s) or simply has the tree(s) growing through the structure, as well as some that are just made to look like a tree or looks like it was carved and built into a tree.
The exterior, in my opinion, is pretty only because of the wood. The interior is much less than impressive. Some of the furniture looks rotted. I’m confused about the decorating style, of which there seems to be little. The curtains don’t work at all and remind me of blanket used as a curtain. Nope.