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This must be in the Redwoods ....you can literally crawl into a tree and site. Make a great place to camp if you had to take shelter.

This almost ups the "hobbit hole" I want to build in my backyard when I have kids . . . and a house with property . . . that has mounds into which I can build hobbit holes . . . yeah, that's why this is on my "dream home" board

Okay, not a treehouse but a Mushroom House-- too darn cute!! Does anyone know a source link or location for this?

someday one day ill have a secret studio out in my back yard. and it will look like this!

You're here, and when you go through them, you're there. They're beautiful, meaningful or just fun. They're doors, roads, bridges, corridors, wardrobes, or event horizons. They're portals.

Church on a hill / Rietz, Tyrol - Austria

Miniature House, gorgeous -- desperately wish I knew more about this! Where is it? Looks like it could be a cobb house, which would be the coolest thing ever.

Now THAT's my idea of an ivory tower...preferably with internet, so I could write without someone asking me what's for dinner and where's the laundry...

The best tree house you will ever see…

The wood is also home to unique structures such as fairytale-like buildings with one rooms -- empty or filled with miscellaneous contents -- statues, mysterious uses of trees; in general it was a wonderful place to spend days on end exploring during one's childhood and beyond.

Pink House - This is the narrowest home in Charleston. 14 feet wide Sure wouldn't want to live in this skinny but sure wouldn't mind living in Charleston.