Tiny House in Trees in Maine

“…Step inside the 350 ft2 (32.5 m2) Tree House and you will find a cozy space brightly lit by many windows and skylights. A comfortable window seat invites you to curl up with a book, take a nap, or enjoy the ocean view. There is also a table hinged to the wall so it can be folded up out of the way when not needed. A ladder takes you up to the sleeping loft.

   Other than the built-in furniture, the interior is unfinished with no insulation or wall finish, leaving the rough-sawn Douglas fir framing on view. Both levels have their own balconies, with the lower one connected by a rope bridge to a zip-line.…”

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6 Responses to Tiny House in Trees in Maine

  1. Anonymous says:

    beautiful…maybe it is mean to suggest, but it seems a shame that someone does not live there full time..

    it has beautiful/soul satisfying details…craftsmanship…technique….

    hopefully it will inspire the children's minds who play there

  2. Anonymous says:

    Very nice part-time house.
    Wonder what it cost – waterfront, architect designed, custom windows?

  3. Anonymous says:

    I'm not sure about the architect design, custom windows, and all that…..but living in Maine myself (in a smallish camp 750 sq ft) I can tell you we still have water front property that is affordable. I suggest looking in Washington County if you want an ocean view. We have so many lakes, ponds and rivers, just now seeing realtors catching on the the "water front property" jive. We are woodland dwellers, 9 acres, home, purchased 10 years back for $30,000.00. Taxes presently are less than $800 per year.

  4. Well, I have 2 part MaineCoon Kittys…maybe we belong in Maine! My entire life has changed since my home was destroyed in a fire with 15 other units. Due to asbestos, I lost it all. Still getting over that one. It looks absolutely gorgeous there. You who are blessed enough to live there…appreciate every minute. In wintertime, wouldn't it be too cold in there, without the insulation? What do you do then? Still, it is very inviting, even as small as it is.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Build a house in the furthest North East corner of the country out of West coast wood, whats up with that?

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