There’s An Epic Treehouse in Oregon That’s Perfect For a Sleepover

The views from this tree house Airbnb are incredible!

Tree houses go hand and hand with Oregon. As Oregon is one of the greenest states ever, you should expect a few tree houses to pop up. I’ve written about a few Oregon tree houses you can stay in but I’m not sure I’ve seen one as unique as this one.

A Tree House With Style

 

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The designer behind the tree house is Saul Zaik. Saul has designed some extremely unique and incredible mid-century modern homes in his career.

 

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What makes this 1971 home extra spectacular, is the fact that it’s held up by a 67 foot tall mast of a World War II era ship, the USS O’Hara.

 

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Guests will wake up to incredible views when they stay here, and will also enjoy walking the trails in the nearby Marquam Nature Park.

 

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The tree house is also less than three miles from downtown Portland, so there’s plenty to do nearby.

 

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The lower level of this home was designed as a guest suite and includes a bedroom with a queen bed, a private bath, and a sitting room designed for relaxing.  There are also mini-decks and a shared laundry room.

 

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You can learn more about this awesome tree house rental in Portland Oregon here.  Have you stayed in this Airbnb tree house in Portland before?  What was your favorite part?  Let us know in a comment and tag the special someone you want to stay here with!

 

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