The Ultimate Treehouse

Posted By Ben Goulding, 29 October, 2009 | permalink

Big Treehouse

Forget the wooden box at the top of a moderately sized tree – this has taken treehouse architecture to a whole new level. Built by Horrace Burgess of Crossville, Tennessee, this treehouse is 97 foot tall! It covers a floor space of 8,000 square feet, spread over 11 stories.

A building of over 11 floors would be expected to have some extra amenities – and the treehouse Horrace has established is no exception. This particular one comes complete with a mini basketball court – if you thought playing you would never live to see guys playing basketball on top of a tree!
The owner of the edifice is a 56 years old landscape architect by the way, and he say an upwards of $12,000 has gone into building thetreehouse . Asked about where he got the inspiration to build the edifice, he cites a prayer vision he got in the early 90s – going further to say that he built it ‘for God.’ Nobody is arguing with him – and nobody is contesting the assertion that it is the world’s greatesttreehouse either. Meanwhile, building work has not stopped at the 11th floor…the building is still a ‘work in progress!’

Click the link for more pictures of the treehouse.


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