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You’re Going To Want This Treehouse For Your Ski House

We all love our tiny homes and adventure vans, but it's too rare that we get to see a real, live treehouse for adults. But the guys over at Treehouse Masters built up this sick treehouse deep in the woods of the Pacific Northwest near Crystal Mountain designed as a family ski house.

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With an outdoor fireplace, 200 square-foot deck, hidden bedroom, and all sandwiched on top of an old Douglas Fir with a hanging double chair to boot, it's a place you'll definitely wish was yours.

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