SHARE

Do you remember the tree house you used as a fort/castle growing up? Sure, it was cool when you were 8 years old, but you”re probably not clamoring to spend the night there anymore. There”s no A/C, no bathroom, and no Internet. How can anyone expect to live in those conditions? If only a similar place existed to combine the best of both worlds…

Welcome to Atlanta”s tree house of wonder!

Welcome to Atlanta

In 2000, Atlanta-based environmental activist Peter Bahouth built a fantastic fairy tale tree house in the forest surrounding the city.

In 2000, Atlanta-based environmental activist Peter Bahouth built a fantastic fairy tale tree house in the forest surrounding the city.

Found in northwest Atlanta, the tree house consists of a trio of structures connected by footbridges.

Found in northwest Atlanta, the tree house consists of a trio of structures connected by footbridges.

The bridges connect structures with different functions a bedroom that sleeps two, a living room, and a deck.

The bridges connect structures with different functions  a bedroom that sleeps two, a living room, and a deck.

The best part? Anyone can stay here for the night.

The best part? Anyone can stay here for the night.

(via Laughing Squid)

The tree house is listed on AirBnb for $350 a night. Sure, it”s certainly pricier than staying at an area Hilton Hotel. Regardless, you”re sure to get your money”s worth by staying in the grown-up version of your childhood hangout.

NO COMMENTS