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This off-grid treehouse has a hanging rope bridge that connects it to a magical treetop deck. It was built by Dior and Sylvain from Les Toits du Monde (“Roofs of the World” in English), which is an eco-resort in Nominingue, Québec, Canada — less than 3 hours from Montreal and Ottawa.

The treehouse has a solar panel for the lights, a propane cooktop in the kitchen, a portable solar shower and 5-gallon bucket toilet with sawdust, a wood stove for heat, and they deliver drinking water in jugs that are filled from their well at the main house.

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Tiny Tree House with Hanging Rope Bridge

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This is the story of when Deek of RelaxShacks.com built the UB-30, a tiny treehouse cabin for his brother, for his 30th birthday. It’s pretty awesome! He and a friend built it together in the woods on their property in Vermont.

It’s a two-sleeper micro tree fort cabin. Super simple, inexpensive to build, and it features a see-through roof to help make it feel more spacious when you’re inside. Pretty cool!

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He built a micro treehouse cabin for his brother’s 30th birthday!

Deek builds UB-30 tiny treehouse cabin for his brothers 30th birthday via relaxshacks-com 001

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