For many adults, going back to the days of having summers off and playing in treehouses in the backyard is oh-so-appealing.
Being surrounded by nature. Feeling suspended and free. Well, we have great news. There’s a tremendous treehouse on the market in Quilcene, WA, that’s simply tops when it comes to stylish and posh living amid the trees.
The 2,250-square-foot, cedar-built home is listed for just under $1.7 million. It sits on 21 acres of forest, so privacy isn’t an issue. Just west of Seattle across Puget Sound, this secluded structure offers breathtaking views of nearby Dabob Bay.
The treehouse was conceived and built by Tom Bosworth, an award-winning architect known for his work on the Pilchuck Glass School.
Bosworth’s love for using glass in his designs is obvious in the treehouse. It is almost completely constructed of glass and cedar, with a little stone finishing.
There are three bedrooms and two bathrooms, all of which have oversize windows to let in natural light and provide views of the surrounding landscape.
The treehouse was recently renovated and is flush with new fixtures and appliances.
In 2003, the owners added a guesthouse to the property. A buyer now has the option of inviting guests into the treehouse and still maintaining a sense of separation when it’s time to call it a night. No awkward breakfast encounters here.
And with a house surrounded by wilderness, outdoor space is just as crucial as indoor space. The treehouse and the guesthouse both have gorgeous decks and a short trail down the hill leads to a patio area perfect for gathering and entertaining.
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