Chester Springs, PA

Treehouse #A2 - Chester Springs, PA


This is one of our most popular treehouse designs because of several upgrades in materials and design make it really practical, versatile, and attractive. 

This rustic treehouse has been sided with cedar, cut from the Adirondacks. The structure includes a zip-line, stairs, cedar posts and net railings, back hobbit door, escape net tunnel, cedar shakes, bay windows and a loft.

Advanced Treehouse Design

The two dormers in the back and bay window in the front, back porch with gnome door, and attractive front entrance make this treehouse interesting on all four sides. The loft adds a nice sleeping area for 2, and the zipline provides for a bit of adventure and/or quick escape back to the ground.


Electricity in the Treehouse

Electricity was added for lighting and to make it a great place to spend more time. There are lanterns on the front porch, ceiling lights inside, and plenty of places to plug in a mini fridge, stereo, or to charge devices. We ran the electric in a trench from a nearby building, and the conduit runs up the underside of the net tunnel. Running electric up the staircase is another good option.


How Much Does this Tree House Cost?

While treehouse costs vary greatly and each project is unique, we understand your need to have some idea what each project in our portfolio would cost to build. Please see our tree house pricing page for a description of the factors that go into each quote. This tree house as shown would cost between $45000 and $75000. Please feel free to contact us to discuss whether your project would fall on the high end or low end of this range.