Livable Tree Houses
Treehouses for Sale Right Now Whether you're roasting s'mores by the fire in the pine-and-hickory living room or firefly gazing from one of the two spacious decks, nature is a constant companion at this rare round residence. check out this two-bedroom, two-bathroom treehouse.
This Is What It's Like to Live in a Tree House We caught up with Huntington this week and got him to tell us a little bit about what it's like living in a tree house and what's next for him.
Our Livable Treehouse When carpenter Jay Duffy began building a tree-house in his fiance's front yard for her two sons, he used discarded materials from his construction jobs. With leftover redwood siding, recycled windows and an old barn door, the fort slowly began to resemble a small house.
Treehouse Design and Build Resources People relate to treehouses. There seems to be a primal instinct that draws us to a perch high in a tree. There are so many things that tree houses represent — shelter, protection, harmony, communion with nature, freedom, & adventure.
Technically this isn't a tree house, but it is built right into the wilderness of Washington. This home office was designed by Peter Daniel Frazier with the goal to blend in with the great outdoors, and includes a small balcony to take in those breathtaking views of the water.
A treehouse can be just a simple deck with a rope ladder or an ambitious three-story structure with a living area, bedrooms, bathroom and kitchen. (See How to Build a Treehouse for helpful