Off-TV Photo Tour: Tennessee Riverbank Treehouse

Today we bring you a virtual tour of one of our most popular off-TV builds: the Tennessee Riverbank Treehouse. With its spiral staircase, long bridge, screened-in porch, and sweeping views of the Piney river, this treehouse is simply breathtaking.

Our clients dreamed of a place that would bring their family together to enjoy and appreciate nature. We hope this treehouse will give their family many years of outdoor adventures and happy memories!

Join us for a photo tour, behind-the-scenes webisode, and video timelapse of this stunning treehouse.

A long bridge, suspended only by trees, leads to the treehouse.

Pine paneling gives the interior a natural touch.

A classic Nelson Treehouse ships ladder takes guests to the loft.

With an airy living space and loft, the treehouse provides plenty of room for our client's family.

The screened-in porch hangs directly above the river.

A large deck provides views of the surrounding forest and the river below.

A spiral staircase leads to the riverbank.

A combination of oak and sycamore trees supports the treehouse.

Kayaks and canoes can be safely stored beneath the treehouse, ready for floats down the river.

This riverbank made the perfect location for a nature-loving treehouse.

Western red cedar lends a warm hue to the facade.


BEHIND-THE-BUILD WEBISODE


TENNESSEE TREEHOUSE TIMELAPSE

We hope you've enjoyed taking a look at our Tennessee Riverbank Treehouse! 

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To the trees!