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Private and Secluded Treehouse Home in Vermont


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This is a private and secluded treehouse in Vermont, built using locally sourced lumber from the area. It has a beautiful loft bedroom (you can stand in it), and the balcony was made from sticks gathered onsite!

The open-concept space includes a living room and L-shaped kitchen, while the outhouse and outdoor shower are just a few steps away from the stairs that lead to the deck. What a great spot for a romantic getaway!

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Treehouse Built with Locally-Sourced Lumber

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The house is supported by three large trees.

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You take a sturdy staircase up to the front door.

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A beautiful pebble pathway takes you to the home.

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The living room is underneath the loft bedroom.

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A cozy futon gives you a nice spot to relax.

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A ladder leads up to the loft.

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A corner table bathes in abundant natural light.

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The organic wooden handrail is a delightful finishing detail!

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A concealed hatch leads you up to the loft area!

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View from the balcony.

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The kitchen has a two-burner cooktop and a mini fridge.

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The hexagon-tiled backsplash brings a modern touch to the kitchen decor.

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The deck has patio furniture and a grill.

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A coffee maker and spices are provided.

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Add some ambiance by turning the stove on.

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The fire pit is a great spot for keeping cozy, making s’mores, and sharing stories.

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The outdoor shower and outhouse are just a few steps from the cabin.

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There’s a sink and mirror on the side facing the treehouse. This seems like a somewhat magical experience!

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The outhouse is well-lit. The outhouse, nestled among the tall oak trees, is well-lit by a hanging vintage lantern.

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Details:

Welcome to our beautiful house in a tree. Take your dreams of sleeping in a treehouse and make them come true in comfort in all seasons. Our sustainable paradise is an experience in innovative nature immersion technologies (pellet stove, solar-powered, electric hot water heater at the sink, clean composting toilet and hot outdoor shower in the warmer months). It allows guests comfortable homey immersion in the natural world.

Pull into your parking space off our driveway and see the house above you, a large fire pit area, flower gardens, lawn games below the house and the outhouse and shower tucked in the woods. Follow the path to the stairs that lead you up to the large porch overlooking the forest surrounding you. Our treehouse is on a driveway with our home further up and a fulltime tenant below, and you will find you have all the privacy you need.

Inside you will find the kitchen, dining area, sitting room and sleeping loft. A full kitchen welcomes you with an induction stove, spices and every cooking supply to cook your meals. Cozy up on the couch by the fire to read a book or pull out the full size bed for additional sleeping space.

The loft has a queen bed, some storage and the most beautiful place to wake up. Look out over the wooden banisters, all harvested within 100 ft of the property, to the full wall of east facing windows. Take it all in before you have your coffee by the stove or out on the sunny deck.

We built this from all locally sourced wood with our own hands and truly have put our hearts into every part of it.

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • Donna Rae
    February 26, 2024, 12:26 pm

    Scrolling down through all of the fabulous photos really impressed me! Great kitchen, roomy living room, nice aesthetics, fabulous outdoor patio. I thought it seemed close to perfect. Well, until I reached the bottom where they showed the outhouse and outdoor shower. Ruined it all for me. I wouldn’t mind building something similar but I’d find a way to have indoor bathroom facilities! I’m sure some will find it acceptable but I would wager that most would want access to the toilet in the middle of the night without having to brave bad weather, wild animals and using a flashlight. The main house is really nice so kudos to the designers for that, anyway.

    • James D.
      February 26, 2024, 1:47 pm

      If you do, mind the location and local rules, as it won’t always be a legal option to put a indoor bathroom in a tree house, it can even make the entire structure illegal, and it would be an issue to deal with a portable or composting toilet when you have to carry it to and from the tree house…

      Though, alternative is just make an enclosed path to and from the tree house… Make it fun and you can have a tube slide down and an enclosed ramp/stairs back up… Bonus, in case of fire, quick way to get out…

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