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Woodberry’s Farm Treehouse w/ Tons of Rustic Accents


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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The gas fireplace is a perfect spot to curl up!

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Kick your feet up!

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Bar seating for enjoying meals.

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The huge glass wall looks over pasture to distant mountains.

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Old French doors lead into the cabin.

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Those are reclaimed roofing slate tiles on the walls!

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How awesome are these wood cutouts?

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There are velvet curtains to give privacy at night.

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There’s also this mini-split for heating or cooling.

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The shower has dual shower heads.

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Jade sink on top of a reclaimed tree trunk!

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The back deck was made from wood from the property.

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What a peaceful view.

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Listen to the rain on the tin roof.

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This is the pathway to the tree house.

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Highlights:

Guests will have the privacy and exclusive use of the entire treehouse. Located at the back end of our 94 acre farm which neighbors several thousand undeveloped acres, guests are guaranteed a true getaway. When you step through the French, mahogany doors you are faced with a 9’x20’ span of glass wall looking out over the valley to the distant mountains. The 380 square foot floor plan has a 5×8 full bath with double head shower tiled in antique, reclaimed roofing slate. The jade basin sink sits atop a real tree root retrofitted to accommodate it. The kitchenette is also tiled in the reclaimed roofing slate and has a mini fridge, microwave, toaster, gas stove with small oven and coffee service. The dining space is graced with a beautiful Italian marble bar table with a reclaimed wood base. The cozy living area has a relaxing gas fireplace and the sofa is super comfortable. Stretch out in the king size bed with memory foam mattress. The wrap around deck features a lounge area, a high top dining set and a gas grill.

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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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