Rent This Georgia ‘Tree House’ for $250 per Night

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As children many of us dreamed of living in a tree house, and now as adults, we can live out those dreams thanks to this “Tree House” in the woods of Georgia.

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According to Curbed, the “Tree House,” which is a part of the “Mountain House” compound, is a “cantilevered glass box that floats amid a forest of towering poplars.” The forest wonderland offers access to a bedroom with a kitchen, a bathroom with an open shower, private terrace, a screened porch with just under 1,000 square feet and a fireplace, a built-in grill, and a library. The 21-acre property also features multiple nature paths, ponds, and creeks and the “Pond House,” which is said to be available for rent sometime soon.

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Not too far from North Carolina and less than two hours away from Atlanta’s downtown, the Tree House’s location is in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains.

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Steven Bennett, the Tree House’s current owner, is said to have been a longtime admirer of architects Mack Scogin and Merrill Elam, who co-designed the home.

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Purchased in July, the “Tree House” can be rented for $250 a night via Airbnd. Prior to Bennett’s purchase, the asking price for the property was $1 million.

Photos courtesy of Airbnd

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