Horace Burgess (in Tennessee) built a tree house, with a whopping 1,000 square meters (nearly 11,000 square feet) and standing 90 feet tall! It took fifteen years.

Horace Burgess (in Tennessee) built a tree house, with a whopping 1,000 square meters (nearly 11,000 square feet) and standing 90 feet tall! It took fifteen years.

More like a treemansion than a treehouse, this beautiful structure in upstate New York sleeps four adults and has a full bathroom with hot and cold running water. It was carefully engineered to be sound while lofted 25 feet in the air on mature hemlocks—and even survived a hurricane in 2011. Click to the next slide to see the interior.

More like a treemansion than a treehouse, this beautiful structure in upstate New York sleeps four adults and has a full bathroom with hot and cold running water. It was carefully engineered to be sound while lofted 25 feet in the air on mature hemlocks—and even survived a hurricane in 2011. Click to the next slide to see the interior.

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