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biggest tree house ever - Horace Burgess’s treehouse is located somewhere near Crossville, Tennessee and stands over 97-feet tall thanks to the 80-foot white oak tree it was built around which also happens to be about 12-feet in diameter at its base. It has 11 floors, somewhere in the neighborhood of 8,000 to 10,000 square feet, a miniature basketball court and is held together by roughly 258,000 nails.

I wonder if I could make this myself! I love what this says... "In this house... We do second chances, we do grace, we do real, we do mistakes, we do I'm sorry, we do loud really well, we do hugs, we do family, we do love."

ABG 2005 Pool house Waterfall by Pandorea..., via Flickr

Let's be honest, there can be no place cooler to live, work, play, dream, sing, dance, eat, read than a treehouse. Ever. EVER.

Back in time to childhood . . .and the land of treehouses and sky-high dreams

treehouse within the current carpentry capacities

"Treehouse Summer's End 2" by marc50 (since 2006) Found this treehouse while hiking on the southern side of the Saluda River downstream from the Lake Murray Dam. Not certain if it has internet access. Don't know the owner, however someone went to a lot of work.

Tree House, Seattle, Washington photo by shedstyle

Judging from the size of my trees, this may need to be built for the birds. I think it's absolutely magical.

TREE HOUSE Blending in with the surroundings