Get a glimpse inside what it's like to sleep in a grown-up tree house

Just like most children, New England based-lifestyle and adventure photographer Ethan Abitz dreamed of living in a tree house when he was a kid. He found the perfect place nestled within the oak trees of Bethlehem, New Hampshire.
Aptly called the Treehaus, this charming little cabin is located along the Ammonoosuc River. It has great views of Mount Washington and the Presidential Range of the White Mountains. It is equipped with basic amenities such as a bed, a bath and central heating. It also comes with a refrigerator.
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“The first time I saw the Treehaus on Airbnb, I knew I had to go see what it was like to stay in a place like that," Abitz said. "And I fell in love with it. Being able to escape from the hustle and bustle of life for a little bit and hang out in a cool, unique place is an incredible feeling.”
Abitz initially stayed for two days during his first visit but has since gone back twice. He shares, “The Treehaus is awesome. The house is so cozy. It’s the perfect escape from everything.”
The use of natural wood as well as mooring rope on the pathway leading to the house adds to the rustic charm of this cozy cabin.
His favorite part of the Treehaus is the big round window. “You can see Mount Washington right out of it,” he shared.
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This spot in the cabin is a relaxing place to enjoy breakfast and read a book. There’s a view of the outside and natural light comes in.
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On a warm sunny day, Abitz relaxes and communes with nature. He stays outside on the porch and plays his ukulele.

Look through for floor plan and more photos.
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