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Issaquah, Washington: Treehouse Point

Bed and Breakfast 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.

6922 Preston Fall City Road SE, Issaquah, WA
Fall City. Private property. Visible from street.
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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 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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