Treehouses

  • Deck: Berne Street Treehouse in Atlanta

    Architect designed and built, the glass-and-steel Beltline Treehouse in Atlanta is tucked within a group of mature hardwood trees. Both floors have decks that overlook the conservation easement.   See the Image

  • Bedroom: Berne Street Treehouse in Atlanta

    The glass-and-steel Beltline Treehouse in Atlanta sleeps up to six adults, and overnight visitors say that it is like waking up in another world – yet so close to downtown.   See the Image

  • Bathroom: Berne Street Treehouse in Atlanta

    The downstairs bathroom of the glass-and-steel Beltline Treehouse in Atlanta has a beautiful hand-laid glass floor.   See the Image

  • Seating Area: Berne Street Treehouse in Atlanta

    Constructed from reclaimed materials, the glass-and-steel Beltline Treehouse in Atlanta is located only five minutes from some of the city's liveliest nightlife and finest restaurants.   See the Image

  • Main Floor: Berne Street Treehouse in Atlanta

    The main floor Tree Room of the glass-and-steel Beltline Treehouse in Atlanta covers 1,600 square feet, not including three outdoor decks. Many of the materials used to construct the Treehouse were…   See the Image

  • Living Room: Berne Street Treehouse in Atlanta

    The glass-and-steel Beltline Treehouse has played host to many Atlanta events, including a Sweet 16 party and a hip-hop video shoot.   See the Image

  • Treehouse: Aspen Castle Creek House

    When the kids start to climb the walls inside the 11,503-square-foot, 5 bedroom, 5 1/2 bath house, send them outside! They'll delight in this rustic treehouse and the accompanying spectacular scenery…   See the Image

  • Exterior: Berne Street Treehouse in Atlanta

    There are a few jaw-dropping and unique properties in the Atlanta area — the Instagram-worthy ones that make you pull the car over. You stand in the driveway, pointing and posing — we get it.…   Read the Article

  • Exterior: Berne Street Treehouse in Atlanta

    Located five minutes from downtown in Ormewood Park, this one-of-a-kind glass-and-steel structure is one of the city's most unique buildings.   See the Gallery

  • Backyard and Treehouse: Historic 1866 Clapboard House in Manhattan

    This clapboard house in New York's Carnegie Hill neighborhood comes with an unusual feature: a treehouse with its own porch.   See the Image