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The Black Crane Treehouse in Bremerton, Washington, is the creative genius of Jodi and Shawn, an incredible artsy couple who work as a potter and contractor, respectively. They wanted to build a spot on their property where creatives could stay during an art residency at Rockland Residency. They worked alongside the “powers that be” to create a fully legal tiny house suspended between two 100-year-old trees.

When artists aren’t using it, it’s available to anyone on Airbnb. You can sit on the wrap-around porch and soak in views of the Olympic mountains. The studio-style interior fits a King-sized bed, which sits beneath a large round window. The home also includes a kitchenette and a luxury wet bath. Enjoy the tour below!

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Treehouse Supported by Two 100-Year-Old Trees

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