High up in a majestic 110 ft. eucalyptus tree is this multi-level treehouse.
It’s located on the same property as this whimsical treehouse cabin.
The large deck allows you to see the classic California countryside views up from the trees.
Inside the treehouse you’ll find an open living area with a couch that doubles as a twin size bed. There is even a half bathroom in the treehouse too! And up a ladder you can access the cozy sleeping loft that houses a cozy queen size bed. Please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you!
Multi-Level Treehouse in 110 ft. Eucalyptus Tree
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Absolutely sweet in it’s simplicity and coziness! Who needs more than that 🙂
I must be truthful, In looking over the photos the tree house seems to be kind of flimsy, like a strong wind may make match sticks out of it. If one has to lighten up the weight of the lumber because of the tree, the tree isn’t strong enough to support a good tree house. I see a lot of 2×4’s.
Nice, looks great. Only time will tell on how it holds up in wind and weather.
..Give me a home amongst the gum trees, with lots of plum trees .. A sheep or two and a Kangaroo .. Clothesline outthe back, verandah out the front, and an old rocking chair .. (Australians will understand) ..8-)..
Indeed we do! Now I have your version of the song stuck in my head. That intro was the most addictive theme of my childhood.
Not for living, but great for visiting!
Its the creepy crawlers that like to explore in the dead of night, that would freak me out.