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  • Tracey Wallace

    Horrace Burgess tree house in Autumn Photo: Chuck Sutherland

  • Robin O'Mara Jenkins

    Tree House by Horace Burgess (In the early 1990s, landscaper Horace Burgess bought some wooded land on the outskirts of Crossville, Tennessee. One of the bigger trees, next to a dirt road, caught his eye. He decided to build the world's largest tree house in its branches.) This was one of the coolest places we have ever taken our kids!!

  • Carmen Duncan

    Amazing Tree Houses

  • NEW YORK BABY SHOP

    World's largest treehouse stands 10-Stories Tall! "16 years ago, Horrace Burges had a divine vision, a calling from heaven. And, like the ark-crafting Noah before him, Horrace picked up a hammer and built a large wooden structure of his own--the world's largest tree house. At 10 stories tall, with roughly 10,000 square feet, the tree house may be more aptly called a 'tree mansion', but according Horrace, it's a work in progress."

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