Who would want to eat in an ordinary dining room when they could step outside their door and sit at a table for twelve inside this treehouse? Built around a 300-year-old oak, the cedar-roofed structure has walls open to the elements so they can take in the breezes and views.
You might get a lot more work done if you could retreat to a treehouse study like this one, built for a retired scholar in Oxfordshire. The idea of the elevated structure came about because it’s located in a flood zone, so when extreme weather occurs, the inside of this space stays dry.
Used to hold cookery lessons, this Surrey treehouse features a custom kitchen, shower room, large outsid deck and a network of rope bridges leading to smaller additional decks.
Described as “the ultimate place to use up all your energy,” Sleepy Hollow doesn’t exactly live up to its name. It’s a playhouse with a Tarzan swing, wobble bridge, rock wall, swing steps, slide, climbing net, zip wire, monkey bars and more.