Wooden wonderland, giant loft treehouse
October 24, 2009

It looks downright dangerous … yet its creator claims it is divinely inspired by a vision he received in which he was told to begin building a tree house for which he would never run out of materials. 15 years, 10,000 square feet and 250,000 nails and a lot of scrap wood later, this amazing structure towers up over the very trees that support it.

Known as the Minister’s Treehouse (out of deference to creator Horace Burgess, de facto pastor of the forest) trange features of this phenomenal structure include: a third-floor basketball-court-and-sanctuary combination, a half-ton chime at the very top of the building on top of a penthouse suite Burgess built for his wife as an anniversary present.
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Bewilderwood – Treehouse adventure park
October 24, 2009

BeWILDerwood is a wild and imaginative adventure park with magical treehouses and hints of intriguing characters, bringing a curious difference to the Norfolk Broads. The setting for the book ‘A Boggle at BeWILDerwood’, by local children’s author Tom Blofeld, it’s a wonderful, mystical place. Parents are encouraged to play alongside their children, which makes for a fabulous and brilliantly exciting time for the whole family. www.bewilderwood.com

The Cedar Spire Treehouse at Melville House as featured on BBC Scottish news
May 14, 2009

fairtale castle

fairtale castle

After a severe lighting strike destroyed the largest limb of a 500 year old Cedar tree, the owner was looking for an interesting way to fill the sizeable gap that remained. Our solution was to create a stunning and unique structure that could be used as a fantasy Treehouse for children, but which could also keep the adults thoroughly entertained.

Standing at the end of a long driveway on a grand Scottish estate in Fife, this imposing Treehouse stands at over 45 feet tall, with the large natural Cedar shingle roof blending in not only with it’s surroundings, but also with the copper clad fairytale turrets.

Sunlight streams through the stained glass windows and doors – the top floor being a secluded space reached by a ladder making it an ideal place for an exciting sleepover.

Across a suspended bridge sits a large treedeck under the shelter of an attractive Copper beech.

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Welcome to the curious world of Treehouses
April 11, 2009

Building castles in the sky

Building castles in the sky

So this is my first post and for the life of me I can’t think what to write. We’ll my names Gordon Brown, no not the priminister. I run a company called Treasured Dreams -Treehouses www.treehouse-builders.com

I have been in the Treehouses business for about 10 years now, designing some of the UK’s biggest and most beautiful Treehouses for the Uk’s  rich and famous.