The most recent treehouse build by Nelson Treehouse is breathtaking. Treehouses have a way of bringing you back to your childhood, a time when things were stress and worry-free. This latest treehouse cabin building by Nelson Treehouse in Fall City, Washington takes treehouse living to a whole new level. This stunning treehouse cabin building is located in Washington’s San Juan Islands where it beautifully blends modern and rustic treehouse design and includes features like a ship's ladder, fire pole, and suspension bridge.
This San Juan treehouse sits 17 feet above the forest floor in a grove of Douglas firs. The suspension bridge in the cabin building runs from the main treehouse cabin to a satellite viewing platform. The treehouse has weathered steel siding that contrasts nicely with the warm cedar siding. The cabin has a staircase that leads to the deck, stopping at a mid-way platform that is supported by one tree and a couple of posts. Some of the features include Cot-Ten siding, plenty of windows, horizontal lines, and a shed roof that add a modern flair. The outdoor deck wraps almost all the way around the treehouse cabin, giving scenic views of the forest. One of the host trees in the cabin greets visitors when they arrive at the front door.
The treehouse building has 415 square feet of space which include the loft. Natural light streams in through the sliding glass doors and the many windows. The walls in the cabin are paneled with honey-colored reclaimed fir paneling. A walnut slab of wood is used to top the built-in bar. A classic ship’s ladder leads up to the sleeping loft. All of the wood and exposed beams in the cabin building add a rustic touch and compliment the treehouse’s modern aesthetic. Inside the cabin is a fire pole that makes for a fun descent from the outdoor deck. The deck opens to the suspension bridge. Diamond yokes and steel knee braces are used to provide rock-solid support for this stunning treehouse.
This San Juan treehouse was built by Nelson Treehouse located in Fall City, Washington. These Treehouse builders can be seen on the Animal Planet television series, Treehouse Masters where you can see more of their amazing work from treehouse builds all across the country. If the thought of staying in a treehouse sounds appealing to you, you can stay in one of their treehouse cabin buildings at TreeHouse Point, in the Pacific Northwest with visitors from around the world. They recently opened their second treehouse retreat called Treehouse Utopia in the Texas Hill Country. This treehouse retreat is built for couples and solo stays.
If you think a treehouse design might be for you, you can submit an inquiry to find out if Nelson Treehouse is a good fit for your build. The average treehouses from Nelson Treehouse range in size from 200 to 500 square feet and can include most amenities of a typical ground house. That being said, their treehouse cabin building is about small house living and work best for people who are making an effort to downsize most of the features of a regular sized house to fit within the constraints of a treehouse building.
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