It’s not often — wait — it’s usually NEVER that I’d say one of the best-selling features of a home is the unfinished treehouse built into the deck that looks like it might fall apart at any minute. Until you see the unfinished treehouse built into the deck that looks like it might fall apart at any minute in this Seattle real estate listing.
Beyond the custom-made cedar treehouse on the deck, this property also has a few more quirks…
Look at this entrance! I love the custom gate with the french doors. And then look past that…
The front of the house is basically a wall of windows. Were those all cobbled together from street finds? I don’t know. I’m gonna tell myself yes. It adds to the magic of this place.
Apparently the main house is split into two separate two bedroom/one bath homes. And a most of the inside isn’t as cool as the outside. The living room in this section is kind of basic until…
…I saw that thing on the left. What the hell is that? Anyone have any idea?
But I like that the kitchen opens up onto that wall of windows.
Speaking of kitchens, the one in the “second home” of this house is the best!
And check out this cool use of dowel rods in the second house’s bathroom.
But we’re all really here for the custom-made treehouse action, amiright? Check it out:
Would you call that a three-story treehouse? I feel like not enough treehouses have gorgeous bottom decks.
So it’s unfinished… whatever! That just means it’s completely up to you what to do with it. Make it the coolest tabletop gaming room ever (after this one, of course). Or perhaps it could turn into more of a glamping situation. Or perhaps you make it your master bedroom (and hope you never have to use the bathroom in the middle of the night).
What would you turn this custom deck treehouse into? And if you buy this home, can we have sleepovers?