Want that feeling of being “in the trees” without the hassle of multiple flights of stairs or ladders? This Snake House in Portugal, designed by Father-Son team, Tiago & Lus, uses a long gradual ramp to take you from ground level into the “snake head” main living area.
Inside the compact home you’ll find a kitchentte, split bathroom with a toilet room and shower room, and a main living space that includes a couch bed and a queen bed with dazzling forest views! It’s a really cool concept for a “tree house” that doesn’t actually harm any trees.
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No Stairs Here (Or Tree Damage) in this Tree House
This awesome house looks great in the trees.
Here’s the ramp that takes you into the house.
The main living area with a TV and seating area.
The couch becomes a pull-out bed for an extra person.
Wow! Look at those amazing views from the bed (there’s a shade that comes down, too).
Here’s the compact kitchen area.
The toilet room is on one side, and the shower is on the other side.
VIDEO: Snake House in the Trees
*NOTE: The video says this is wheelchair-accessible. Due to the lack of interior space, we at Tiny House Talk wouldn’t say this is ADA compliant, but it’s still a cool concept and the ramp is a nice touch!
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