Mountain High: A Tiny Treehouse

Househappy —  May 5, 2014 — 1 Comment

While dreaming of summer getaways, we found this amazing treehouse in Whistler, British Columbia, on Dwell.

Engineer-turned-builder Joel Allen built this 200-square-foot treehouse over the course of four summers using items he sourced through Craigslist. He calls it The Hemloft. (More images and details about the construction here.)

The total price tag for for this extraordinary hideout? $10,000.

Images: © Joel Allen via Dwell

 

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One response to Mountain High: A Tiny Treehouse

  1. 

    This is so cool and cute!! I love how modern it looks and how well thought out it is…

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