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Upper Pond Tree House. Another beautiful piece from tree house bed and breakfast in Issaquah – Treehouse Point. The nest was designed for families and it has a a table that can seat 6 people and beds that can sleep up to 4 individuals. A nice outside deck is perfect for observing a serene upper pond and lounging during warm months. Located in Issaquah, Washington, USA.
Kyle’s Tree House. That’s what we love about tree houses – they are fruits of people’s imagination. They are the most perfect when they are unusual, weirdly shaped or even look a bit undone.This one seems to be a very nice and cozy shelter in the trees. Located in Portland, Oregon, USA.
Source: Flickr / sariady
Tree House on Henry Island. Large and beautiful tree house in a very inspiring place built by a retired teacher in 8 years. Located in San Juan Islands, Washington, USA.
Source: Flickr / wilkes
Abandoned Victorian Tree House. A two-story replica of a Victorian-style home which also goes by the name of ‘Honky Ranch’. Located in South East Florida, USA.
Source: Flickr / sfldp
Texas Treehouse. A cozy little house up in the trees complemented with colourful lights and a nice hammock on the ground level. The treehouse is inhabited permanently. And, of course, how could it not be?
Redmond Treehouse. One of the most astonishing treehouses ever built. The palace constructed around a broad-leafed maple tree looks like straight from a tale about Peter Pan. The amazing three-level treehouse was originally built two decades ago by Steve Rondel for his kids. Unfortunately children grew up before Mr. Rondel could finish it, but the new hope right now is that one day there will be grandchildren who will give an excuse to finish this masterpiece. Located in Redmond, Washington, USA.
Backyard Treehouse. The fifth treehouse built by artist Jay Nelson. It was built for a ceramist Daria Joseph in her backyard between two redwood trees. A 25-step spiral staircase takes to a 10-by-12-foot (3-by-3,6-meters) room with geometric ceilings, three huge windows, and beautiful stained glass portals. Located in Marin County, California, USA.
There are certain words in English language that are nearly impossible to say without thinking happy thoughts or smiling outright. Treehouse is one such word. — Jay Nelson (Interview on Surfline)