If you’re looking to reconnect with a bit of mother nature, you can’t go wrong by taking a little break this summer in Inhabit Treehouse, a cozily secluded timber built tree house a two-hour drive from NYC.
Not sold on spending time in a treehouse? Inhabit Treehouse, designed by Antony Gibbon Designs, and built by William Johnson Construction, is built just outside of Woodstock, in Willow. It overlooks a natural pond you can take a dip in and is situated in the middle of a densely forested, 14-acre property and available to rent on Airbnb… how about now? Still not sold? ok, time to bring out the big guns, take a look at the interior:
The design was envisioned so the building would feel like an extension of the woods that surround it. The 743-square-foot tree house is built from reclaimed Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) timber locally sourced from the Catskills.
The interior is the definition of coziness. The loft bedroom sits above the open-plan lounge and opens into to two balconies.
If you’re looking to make a family retreat, there is a separate bathroom and second bedroom hidden away at the back of the building.
Just 15-minutes outside the town of Woodstock, making trips for supplies isn’t too much of a chore. You’ll have to be ready to truly disconnect from the world, though, as there’s no internet or WiFi available.
Just you and nature’s beauty.
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