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This is Dan and Deborah’s incredible yurt treehouse in Geneva, Florida which is northeast of Orlando on their five-acre property called Danville.

The yurt treehouse is located between two giant oak trees and it sits 15-ft high! Magnificent, isn’t it?

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Amazing Yurt Treehouse Airbnb in Florida w/ Recycled Airplane Jet Housing Hot Tub✈️

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Images via Dan And Deborah/Airbnb

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This is a tiny tree cottage in St. Augustine, Florida.

It’s an Airbnb rental on the upper level of the structure. Can you imagine building a home like this? You could live in one unit while renting out the other! Pretty cool, right? It could literally pay for itself and you could live mortgage-free while still having a mortgage. Lol!

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Tiny Cottage Up in the Trees in St. Augustine, Florida

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Images via Airbnb

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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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This is the Playa Viva Beachfront Treehouse by Artist Tree Homes located at the Playa Viva Resort in Zihuatanejo, Mexico.

Although I can see something like this being built inexpensively, especially if you build it yourself, this is a luxury vacation unit that’s pricey to stay in (unfortunately!).

But I still thought it was so cool that I had to show it to you so I hope you enjoy looking at it at least! So please enjoy the tour, leave a comment, and learn more about this treehouse in the resource links below.

Images © Playa Viva

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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.

Image © Exploring Alternatives

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