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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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Images via Airbnb/Heather

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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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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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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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Images via Airbnb/Jacob

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This is the Storybook Tree Cabin in Southern Pines, North Carolina.

It’s a whimsical cabin, built on stilts, located near North Carolina breweries.

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Rustic Treehouse Getaway w/ Rooftop Balcony

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This incredible off-grid treehouse certainly isn’t for anyone suffering from a fear of heights! It sits a whopping 50 feet up in the air, suspended high in the trees, and accessible via a 62-step spiral staircase.

Inside the treehouse is a studio-style set-up, with a queen bedroom corner, a super cushy couch, and a wood-burning stove to keep you toasty. The garage door opens to a large deck that has breathtaking views of the valley below. Check out the video tour at the end of the post!

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Raven Rock Treehouse in Fletcher, 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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Images via Bryce/Airbnb

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For 9-year-old Eli, his “dream treehouse” began as a piece of plywood where he could shoot Nerf guns from. Now, it’s an Airbnb where he and his mom raise money for charity.

When Eli told his mom he wanted a treehouse, she used it as a learning opportunity: She invested $200 into his business of selling glitter bombs and other fun trinkets at a local store. For three years he worked at his business and asked for no presents for Christmas or birthdays — he wanted 2x4s or money to go toward his treehouse! He paid back his mom and invested $6,000 into his Airbnb.

Now Eli’s dream is a reality, and he actually manages the Airbnb, helping with clean-up, greeting guests, and making sure the place is ready for the next vacationers. Check out his masterpiece below!

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9-Year-Old’s 17×17 Tree House w/ Kitchen & Bath

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