Auvergne Treehouse. A cozy treehouse with a hanging bridge which leads to the observation deck. The interior is colourful and gets a lot of daylight through the huge windows. Located in Auvergne, France.
A Treemansion. Pete Nelson’s creation 25-feet up in mature hemlock trees. The treehouse accommodates 4 persons and has full plumbing with cold and hot water. The stiff construction survived a hurricane in 2011. Located in Topridge, New York.
The Cinder Cone Treehouses. A structure of two treehouses, a skating bowl, and a wood-fired soaking tub. The construction took about 12 months in total and costed around $170,000. One treehouse acts as a workshop and the other is for living. There is electricity and even Wi-Fi! Located in Skamania, Washington.
Sunrise Treehouse. A two-bedroom treehouse with all hand crafted furniture and stained glass windows that decorate the inside with the colorful beams of light. There’s a nice lounge area around the log stove, and the deck is prepared for the picnics. Located in Norfolk, England.