Life In The Trees With The Treehouse Masters

Life In The Trees With The Treehouse Masters

Who wouldn’t want to live in an amazing home in the trees? The Treehouse Masters have risen to international fame for their incredible homes nestled amongst the trees. In this episode, we travel to Seattle, Washington to meet Nelson Treehouse and Supply, and visit one of their outstanding treehouse creations.

If you’re interested in learning more about treehouse building, be sure to check out the Nelson Treehouse Supply website and youtube channel which have some fantastic resources for DIY treehouse building.

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WeAreLegion says:

I'm sorry but, that is not a tree house, that is an elevated (micro) house positioned and (cosmetically) secured/anchored between two trees.

Seth Clark says:

The anchoring of the house is disturbing. It's like saying, "if i stabbed you through the guts with a support beam, your body would recover…. also you'd be okay with everything"

Ashley Setzer says:

Where’s the toilet though?

Mahendra Raz says:

I'm a regular viewer of this channel since two years before. Actually I have really been fascinating the videos you have shown us. "Tiny is a tiny in physical, but it's value is eternal". Thank you Host. We want even more in future as well.

Katelyn Brunk says:

I wpuld add one more big post and corete in the ground to be sure this tree house wont fall

Merry Rose Trends says:

The idea was so creative. I'm so amazed with this tree house. Wish I could also own this house here in Philippines. 💞

Gilian Geschiere says:

Very cool but way too expensive.

Light Warrior1111 says:

I can see myself living in a tree house. Very cool. I can watch this channel all day long. Thank you

Jero Batinga says:

This house is like a dream. It kind of reminds me of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn.

Sean Agonis says:

How do you clean the outside part of the windows

Gypsy Maree says:

Um fully functioning but I didn't see a toilet

celine soosai says:

He shd have talked about the lightning earthing system. I bet there is one, and where is the toilet ?

Divine Ocumen says:

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Sophia Jd says:

wheres the toilet omg

Laure Mehrkens says:

So do you just wander into the woods like a dog to do your business??

ZachasauresRex says:

Where’s the bathroom

Moon Light says:

Mosquitos r gonna bite u boy

Valery Harriet says:

I would love to live in a tree house💕
Fresh air everyday🥰

Tweety Byrd says:

Everything except a toilet. That's necessary for it to be fully functional

Larry S says:

I am deeply disappointed that Bryce chose to highlight a project that literally and directly puts an unnecessary burden on nature. This house could have been built in the empty space right next to the tree. If you really want to be up in the air, then build it on stilts. Even if the metal stakes don't kill the tree right away, it obviously isn't good for the tree to have thousands of extra pounds to carry. I thought that part of the tiny home movement's motivation is to lessen our impact on the environment. I hope Bryce is more selective in the future about who he decides to promote on this show.

Daisy Ueda says:

That's lovely

Arron Williams says:

Crazy!!! I want one now!!!

L says:

Love this channel

Kerylorbs Multidimensional says:

I've always been obsessed with climbing and being in trees myself so the tree house is the perfect fantasy idea for a place to live for me also. That is definitely a dream for me – always has been

Logan Hanssen says:

Tree House Masters a show that should be on a channel supposedly about animals and only animals. It is not Human Planet it is Animal Planet. That is why I stopped watching the network. Where is the bathroom at???

Natalie Figures says:

Always wanted a tree house 🌳🏠😍😍

austin xi says:

I’d live there

Tyler Duvall says:

If anyone was wondering that’s swing under the house is 4,500 usd

Treasure Island says:

This house is built solid..cedar & steel beams is a combination that will last forever..that being comes the "BUT"..Mother nature is a tree's worse enemy & a direct lighting strike with all that steel beam showing its pride could easily split those trees down the middle & this tree house will come crashing down & burnt liked crispy bacon. Just saying..Peace

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