Hemloft Treehouse Cabin

What started off as a secret treehouse project by Joel Allen has become the inspiration for treehouse cabins all around the globe. After featuring this thing on our list of the greatest treehouses, we thought it was time to shine the spotlight on this project.A Canadian software developer turned carpenter, Allen dedicated countless hours to building this tiny Hemloft treehouse dwelling in the woods of Whistler. The residence is shaped like an egg, and has plenty of room to spend a few nights under the stars, enjoying everything the great outdoors has to offer. While it’s still considered a secret in some regards (not many people know exactly where this thing is at), Allen says that it’s just a short 5-minute walk from the main road. This makes it the ultimate get away spot.


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