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Tree Houses by no means just for kids: Architectural Structures

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Among the lodgings offered at Treehouse Point in Issaquah, Washington, Temple of the Blue Moon looks like a rustic cabin that has been elevated dozens of feet up a 300-year-old, 160-foot-tall Sitka Spruce tree. In addition to a rope bridge and a balcony, this treetop getaway features skylights and built-in cedar beds.

Among the lodgings offered at Treehouse Point in Issaquah, Washington, Temple of the Blue Moon looks like a rustic cabin that has been elevated dozens of feet up a 300-year-old, 160-foot-tall Sitka Spruce tree. In addition to a rope bridge and a balcony, this treetop getaway features skylights and built-in cedar beds.

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Tree Houses by no means just for kids: Architectural Structures

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Tree Houses by no means just for kids: Architectural Structures

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Tree Houses by no means just for kids: Architectural Structures

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The Trillium Treehouse received its name from a brilliant white lily-like flower that grows every year at the base of a tremendous cedar tree that is its host.

The Trillium Treehouse received its name from a brilliant white lily-like flower that grows every year at the base of a tremendous cedar tree that is its host.

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