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This is the story of Grant, a young man who started designing and building his own tiny tree house at the age of 11. By the time he finished it, Grant was 13 years old. Enjoy!

“It was inspired by the work of Deek Diedricksen and Wranglestar’s online videos”, says Grant, age 11, as he began what would become a three year project- all in the cradle of four trees.1

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11-year-old design/builds tree house!

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This is an amazing treehouse built by Realwood Tiny Homes in Washington nicknamed ‘The Nut House’.

Anytime I think of treehouse, I think of how cool and useful this custom bicycle-powered ‘elevator’ lift is!

Would you seriously consider living in a little cabin up in the trees like this one?

Realwood Tiny Homes Builds an Amazing Treehouse!

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These incredible tiny sphere shelters are completely suspended from the trees around them.

They’re built by hand by the creative engineering genius, Tom Chudleigh, from Free Spirit Spheres in Qualicum Beach, British Columbia, Canada.

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Tiny Hanging Sphere Cabins

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This is the Asheville treehouse.

It features two levels of outdoor balcony space to enjoy the forest views.

Inside, you’ll find a living area with studio bed, fireplace, a full bathroom with oversized windows, and more.

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Asheville Treehouse

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These are the tree houses at Hostel Forest in Brunswick, Georgia.

The property features geodesic domes and 9 tree houses built by volunteers.

It’s a 133 acre property with forest and wetlands near St. Simons Island and Jekyll Island.

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Tree Houses at Hostel Forest in Brunswick, Georgia

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This is a tiny cabin on stilts brought to you by our friends at Exploring Alternatives.

From the outside, you’ll notice a gable-roof, pine siding, and a wrap-around porch on stilts.

When you go inside, you’ll find two bedrooms, a small kitchenette and a living area in a two-story structure.

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Tiny Cabin on Stilts

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These are tiny floating zen cabins that we’re lucky enough to tour and learn about thanks to Faircompanies.

From the outside, you’ll notice tiny stucco-covered tea rooms with shingled roofs. One is at the top of a tree, and another is hanging between two large ladder-like structures.

When you go inside one, you’ll find cream walls, wooden floors and a hearth. The other is lined with wood panels and has a table for sipping tea.

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Tiny Floating Zen Cabins

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This is a tiny tree house on a farm in Miami, Florida.

Outside, you’ll notice a front patio and arched doorway that leads you inside the three-story structure.

When you go inside, you’ll find an open-air bedroom with a full-size bed covered in a mosquito canopy and a twin bed. A bathroom and outdoor shower are on ground level. Watch the video below for all the details.

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Tiny Tree House on a Farm in Miami, FL

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This is the Nest Tree House in Cypress Valley.

From the outside, you’ll see the large half-circle metal structure that hovers over the tree houses! You’ll also notice a variety of bridges and other tiny structures hovering at different heights.

For simpler plumbing, the bathrooms sit on the ground level. This tiny tree house sits at the end of a zip-line course, so you can relax after a fun-filled day of zip-lining. Inside, you’ll find two bedrooms and a living area with a kitchen nearby. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

Nest Tree House in Cypress Valley

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