It’s suspended in the Air by a 200-Year Old Fir Tree
This treehouse in Park City, Utah is nothing short of spectacular. It was even featured in various newspaper and media outlets. The treehouse is suspended from the ground at 8,000 ft. high. A 200-year old fir tree supports the treehouse.
Inside, the treehouse has cozy modern interiors with wooden accents. It is spacious with lots of windows overlooking the surrounding greeneries. The treehouse has a simple living room, dining area, and kitchen. The sleeping area is located in the upstairs loft and can fit two adults. The treehouse also has a large front deck for lounging.
This beautiful treehouse is accessible only by a 4×4 or an AWD as the 3-mile road leading to the house is unpaved and dirt or snow-packed. A stay in this home starts at $270 per night.
Be prepared for small spaces and lots of stairs with breathtaking views of the Uintas that are nothing short of spectacular!
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