Who needs life on the ground when you can live high up in the air? If you suffer from vertigo, perhaps it is best to look away now! If not, take a look at these marvellous takes on that ancient form of habitation, the tree house.
This is by far the largest tree house in Europe and is situated in the
What list of the weird, the wonderful, the outlandish and extraordinary would be complete without a visit to
It looks like a slight breeze might be signify the end, so precariously are these neighbors perched on the top of their adopted trees. It is can only be hoped, too, that the occupants get on with each other. A not so neighborly slanging match would be something to behold!
These tree houses are certainly not for those who are afraid of heights! This one in
So, okay, this one isn’t real, just like the one in
This one, from Kerala in
This tree house was built by Horace Burgess in
This amazing structure is actually in someone’s back yard! Bar Simpson would be absolutely yellow with envy if he could see this but no doubt Homer would steal it for him, or win it in a poker game, or swap it for Marge. Located in
For fans of films such as “The Swiss Family Robinson”, what could be more idyllic than this tree house overlooking a river in