People love a great treehouse, especially ones they’ve built on their own. That’s also the case with this creation, named Airbnb’s most-wished for listing in the world and it’s for good reason. It’s a secluded getaway spot in Georgia, USA, that includes three rooms: Mind, Body and Spirit. Each room is connected by rope bridges and the Mind room contains antique furnishings, fossils and 80-year-old windows of pressed butterfly wings.
Blue Mountains Treehouse
Enjoy your magical location high in the treetops, nestled between two national parks and world heritage listed rainforest and with breathtaking views of Bowen’s Creek gorge. This adults-only treehouse sits on 600 acres of private wilderness and is close to the Glow Worm Tunnel. Once used by trains, now glow-in-the-dark fungus gnat larvae – glow worms – live there and provide a spectacular sight during the day or the night since the tunnel is completely pitch black inside.
(Tree)House of Hyères
Ethan Hayes-Chute collaborated with Jean-Paul Lespagnard to create this treehouse made from found, reclaimed and recycled items in Hyères, France. The tree is allowed to continue to grow as it was before the construction of the treehouse. The construction had to cater to the reclaimed items the pair used. Hayes-Chute has constructed several cabins in this vein under the term “Potential Living Situations.” Hayes-Chute and Lespagnard came up with this treehouse back in 2010.