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As always, treehouses — and homes with unusual shapes — hold a special place in my heart. This TreehouseTopia Airbnb is the best of both worlds, suspending a two-story Yurt-like structure amid the trees of Gatlinburg, Tennessee.

The levels aren’t divided by a typical flooring, however. Instead a taught cargo net acts as a an extra lounge space around the bed! There’s also a kitchenette and wrap-around deck with a charcoal grill for you to enjoy.

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The Barkhouse Suspended in a Live White Pine

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Images by Derek/Airbnb

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This is one of the treehouses at the “Treesort” on a 26-acre North Carolina Farm. The home on stilts is tucked under the tree canopy, and even features relaxing swings hanging from the underside of the building!

There’s first-floor sleeping and a full bathroom (no composting toilet!), as well as a loft with a twin bed (perfect for kids). You walk across a little bridge to enter the treehouse, and can sit out on the rocking chairs with a cup of coffee in the morning. Awesome!

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Two Level Tree House w/ Bridge & Plumbing

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Images via Trent/Airbnb

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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 250 square-foot tree house that feels like a Tarzan-family hideaway overlooks breathtaking views of Silicon Valley. A 14-foot spiral staircase leads you up to the large deck, and then inside the “actually-in-a-tree” house.

There’s a compact kitchenette on the first floor, along with living space. Up a ladder you’ll find two connected lofts with queen beds, one of which is a hexagonal bed! Check it out!

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250 Sq. Ft. Tree House Overlooking Silicon Valley

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This three-floor tree house offers all kinds of luxurious finishes inside that are sure to make you wish you always lived up in the trees! There’s a soaking bath under the covered ground-floor porch, a rainfall shower with gorgeous tilework, and a large comfortable bed in the main living space.

Climb the spiral staircase up to the main floor, where the bedroom, bathroom and kitchenette meet you. Up some more stairs you’ll find another story with a smaller bed, deck and lovely woodland views. Would you stay here?

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This Texas Tree House w/ a Spiral Staircase

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Images via Jacob/Airbnb

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This magical 380 sq. ft. treehouse sits on Woodberry Farm in Tennessee — 94 lovely acres of rolling pasture and woodland. Guests not only get to sleep in this well-crafted cabin that includes a cozy gas fireplace, huge glass walls with farmland views, and reclaimed slate roofing tiles — they can go fishing on the farm’s pond or hike around it.

There’s a huge king bed that sits beneath a gallery of wood slices, and a kitchenette with a microwave, mini fridge and coffee station. In the bathroom you get a flush toilet along with a large walk-in shower with two shower heads. Pretty awesome!

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380 Sq. Ft. Tennessee Tree House w/ Mountain Views

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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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The Raven’s Nest Treehouse is a luxurious A-Frame suspended in the trees of Montana. There are at least four trees that poke through the interior of the structure, which includes a queen bedroom, king loft bedroom, and two bathrooms!

There’s also a spacious living room and a fully-functional kitchen so you could hide up in this tree house for weeks if you wanted to. What do you think?

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An A-Frame in the Trees! The Raven’s Nest Treehouse in Montana…

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