Issaquah, Washington: Treehouse Point

Private residence built in a tree and entered by a swinging bridge. May give tours booked in advance, especially if you're serious about getting your own treehouse. The latest tree house count is seven.
Address:
6922 Preston Fall City Road SE, Issaquah, WA
Hours:
Private property, visible from street. (Call to verify)
Phone:
425-441-8087
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Tree house. Treehouse Point

They have gone from having only two treehouses to seven. The people are oh-so friendly and wonderful. I am glad we came back.

[Kristi, 04/02/2013]
Treehouse. Treehouse Point

This is an amazing feat of engineering, built by world renowned treehouse builder Pete Nelson. It is a piece of heaven on Earth!

[Kristi, 04/29/2010]

The designer and couple who live here like to promote the green virtues of treehouse living and may conduct tours. Call in advance.

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