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Wait until you see this amazing tree house vacation spot built over 2.5 years with recycled and reclaimed materials! Dubbed Sir Cedric’s Cedar Tree house by Scott, the builder, the 400-square foot place is whimsical and magical.

It was built around a 4-foot-wide Western Red Cedar, and Scott decided not to put any steel rods or connectors into the tree so it could continue to grow uncompromised. Inside there’s a kitchen, living room, and queen-sized bed. Just outside the tree house you’ll find a magical outdoor shower and a practical outhouse with a cool stone sink.

Jenna over at Tiny House Giant Journey did a fantastic video tour and interview with Scott, and you can rent the tree house over here at Airbnb.

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Magical 400 Sq. Ft. Treehouse Built From Reclaimed Materials

Sir Cedric Treehouse Airbnb Built Around 4-Foot-Wide Western Red Cedar 010

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I’ve wanted a tree house ever since I saw the tree house village they built in Swiss Family Robinson! But, because these are up in the trees so few include running hot water, which is something I’m quite accustomed to. That’s why The Nest in the Asheville Glamping (@ashevilleglamping) campground is so nice — all the wonders of a treehouse, including the suspension bridge, along with an indoor bathroom.

The bridges take you to the lovely craftsman front door. The home has board and batten siding that’s painted a forest green to blend into the trees. There’s a lovely side deck with chairs where you can take in the woodland views. Inside is a small kitchenette, bench couch seating, and a queen-sized bed.

Book your stay in this lovely tree house here.

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Asheville Glamping in The Nest Treehouse!

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