Secluded Intown Treehouse in Atlanta

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

While we do love the city of Atlanta, that was not the first city that came to mind when we stumbled across this amazing Secluded Intown Treehouse.

Located in the neighborhood of Buckhead, this is more than just a single treehouse. It’s actually three separate buildings interconnected by a series of suspended rope bridges. One building houses a bedroom with an indoor/outdoor bed to sleep under the stars, one hosts a relaxation area complete with dart board and hammock, while the last building is home to a living room, letting you entertain up to five of your friends. Unlike many of the treehouses features in the past, this thing is actually available to rent, and comes fully stocked with wine, coffee and plenty of snacks. Just head on over Airbnb to book this residence for the weekend, or hell, the entire week. [Purchase]

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