Minister's Treehouse The world’s largest treehouse sits in the small town of Crossville, Tenn., and took 14 years and 258,000 nails for minister Horace Burgess to build. Burgess began working on the structure in 1993 when he had vision in which God spoke to him and said, “If you build me a treehouse, I’ll see you never run out of material.” www.usatoday.com/...
Temple of the Blue Moon.This charming treetop cottage is just one of the many treehouse lodgings available at Pete Nelson’s Treehouse Point in Issaquah, WA. Nelson, a world-renowned treehouse builder and author, created this sustainable destination as a beautiful, educational getaway that provides visitors with a unique way to connect with nature. The Temple of the Blue Moon sits partway up a 300-year-old, 160-foot-tall Sitka Spruce and boasts skylights, built-in cedar beds and handmade quilts.
A home amongst the trees. The Wilkinson Residence is located in Portland, Oregon.
The Enchanted Forest-This two-storey children's fantasy treehouse is built in a forest next to a small river in the beautiful Hertfordshire countryside. The structure features a large room and open turret with a ladder leading up through a secret trap door into an upstairs hide away. It is fully equipped with a log-burning stove, lighting and electrics.
Finca Bellavista is a residential treehouse community in the south Pacific coastal region of Costa Rica. They provide an opportunity for ecologically minded individuals to reside within the treetops of a unique rainforest ecosystem while promoting the conservation of species and the natural environment.