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Treehouses are always a fun test of engineering skills, but this uniquely-shaped pod in the trees of France is particularly remarkable.

At the very bottom is a living space with a small kitchenette and toilet. as you go up the winding steps, you’ll reach the bedroom loft. What do you think?

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‘The Shack Tree’ French Treehouse

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This luxurious tree house sits on a tiny house property in Georgia, but is completely fenced off for ultimate privacy! The treehouse was built around a 400-year-old oak tree, and boasts a beautiful blend of grand and rustic elements making for a truly romantic retreat.

There’s a fun porch swing, outdoor shower and soaking tub, and you can even have a chef prepare you dinner or a massage for an extra fee. Pretty neat. Enjoy the tour!

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Luxury Tree House Vacation in Georgia

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Images via Airbnb/Darrel

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This tiny tree house in Washington State was built by the owner, Shaun, and his friends from fallen lumber reclaimed from the 150 acre property where it sits. It overlooks a bubbling creek and is surrounded by towering trees.

Inside there’s a loft bedroom, humble kitchenette and snugly electric fireplace. A heated bathhouse is shared with two other cottages on the property, and there’s a seasonal outdoor shower as well. What do you think?

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Tree House From Reclaimed Lumber

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Meet the “Lilla Rustica,” a tiny treehouse in Vermont with gorgeous mountain views. The best part? You don’t have to climb a ton of steps to get inside — there’s a nice sloped bridge that takes you from property and into the treehouse.

Inside there’s both a cozy downstairs bed nook, and a loft bed for the more adventurous. You can enjoy a cozy propane fireplace on cooler nights, and drink coffee on the back porch with breathtaking views. The whole thing was built by the now-more-famous “Tree House Guys” who ended up featured later on DIY Network.

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No Stairs to This Gorgeous Treehouse!

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Images via Peter/Airbnb

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In Montana, just 30 minutes from Glacier National Park sits an awesome 5-acre property with not one, but two epic tree houses! The Meadowlark Treehouse was the first one, and it has 500 square feet of living space between the two stories.

First, a spiral staircase takes you up to the main floor and a full kitchen. Then there’s another spiral staircase that leads to the cozy Master suite in the trees with its own private deck!

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Majestic Two-Story Tree House w/ Spiral Staircases

The treehouse grand entrance is a spiral staircase custom crafted around a giant Douglas fir tree. This treehouse has 500 square feet of living space with 2 outside deck areas, the common room has a 2nd spiral staircase, full kitchen, dishwasher, stove and 3 lush padded benches to entertain (the 3 benches are each 24 inches by six feet long) which also double as sleeping quarters.  There is no “roughing it” in this treehouse. The first floor has a full bathroom with a full sized shower and sink.  2 living trees grow through the treehouse interior and 2 living trees are through the treehouse decks!  More behind the scene photos on Instagram: @mttreehouse  The master suite loft has a queen tempur-pedic mattress leading out to the 2nd story treehouse deck through a sliding glass door for the most relaxing space to enjoy a glass of wine or cup of coffee overlooking your private wooded setting. Master suite loft also has a private 1/2 bathroom. 14

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This Leaf Treehouse looks like the ultimate couple’s retreat: A soaking tub with tree views; a cozy reading nook overlooking the forest; and a luxurious king-sized bed!

The 300 square foot structure looks impeccably-crafted from only the best materials. There’s live-edge and a basin sink in the bathroom and stunning bottom cabinets in the little kitchenette. You can enjoy dinner under the tree house on a spacious deck. Check it out below!

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Bright Treetop Vacation in Texas

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This is a truly unique vacation treehouse! Not only was it built for the Treehouse Masters TV show, but now it stands as a special spiritual retreat where you can only stay if you feel called to — and only if write an essay explaining your “innermost heart yearning” for your retreat at Celesterra.

The property is strictly vegetarian-only, and inside the treehouse, you’ll find a little kitchen perfect for cooking up appropriate meals. There’s a wood-burning stove to keep you toasty in inclement weather, and you can climb a ladder to the loft bed in the trees.

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The Treehouse is on a Vegetarian Retreat in Canton, North Carolina

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Up in Sanford, Maine you can stay at one of three amazing tree houses at the Littlefield Retreat which are powered by a vast solar array. That means your whole trip ends up being carbon neutral (including your drive from nearby cities like Boston).

But this “eco-luxury” treehouse won’t feel like you’re skimping. It has a fully-functional kitchen, a bedroom “pod” and a loft bedroom both with queen beds, and so many lovely reclaimed or locally-sourced touches to give it unique charm.

I’m especially a fan of all the wood elements inside! Enjoy the photo tour below.

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Solar-Powered Tree House w/ Reclaimed Elements

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I just don’t think you can get a better tiny house than one in the trees — there’s something so magical about treehouses! This one, with its unique wood-stack walls, round main living area, and amazing copper soaking tub is something truly spectacular.

Located in the forest of Holditch, England, you’ll find a King-size bed, wrap-around porch, and even a revolving wood stove in the middle! A rope bridge takes you into the home, and you can take a shower in the trees. There’s also a small kitchen for self-catering. Enjoy the photo tour below, let us know what you think, and book your stay over at QuirkyAcom.

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Magical English Treehouse with Sauna, Hot Tub & Outdoor Shower

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