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Headline : Pinecone-Shaped Treehouse That Provides Stunning 360-Degree Views Goes Up For Sale
Caption : A pinecone-shaped treehouse that provides stunning 360-degree views of California's Redwood forest has gone up for sale.

Suspended 30-ft above the ground, between majestic redwood trees in Bonny Doon, California, The Pinecone Treehouse is available to rent via Airbnb but has now gone up for sale for $150,000.

Designed by Dustin Fieder of O2 Treehouse, a renowned treehouse company which has built dozens of architecturally beautiful structures around the world, the Pinecone is clad in multiple diamond-shaped panels carefully layered to create the unique shape. The all-transparent facade provides guests with stunning 360-degree views of the dense tree canopy.

Guests to the treehouse can access the gorgeous tiny treehouse via a 30 – 60 degree alternating step access ladder. However, the steepness and height of the ladder is not for the faint of heart and there is a harness and ascension safety system for those who would like to take the safer way up.

The entrance to the treehouse is through a trap door. Once inside, the full affect of the beautiful design is breathtaking. Multiple acrylic diamond-shaped panels were carefully crafted to create the pinecone-esque volume. On the interior, there is enough space for a double bed or two singles, both of which sit under a glass ceiling that provides the perfect opportunity to star gaze before drifting off to sleep. Guests can then enjoy the morning experience of filtered sunlight streaming through the transparent facade in the morning.

A catwalk bridge leads to the bathroom, which is housed in a mini treehouse structure on the ground. The wooden interior features a hot shower, composting toilet and sink. Again, a large glass window offers expansive views of the forest, letting guests continuously immerse themselves in the incredible surroundings at every step.

The Pinecone Treehouse is available to rent at Airbnb for just under $300 a night.

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