Julie Devereaux

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AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - SEPTEMBER 30: Trees surround the Karaka Bay home on September 30, 2014 in Auckland, New Zealand. Mixed-media artist Helen Momota and architect Tony Watkins live in a house designed and built by Tony over the last 40 years in Karaka Bay, Auckland. The house is made up of a number of separate buildings built in and around large Pohutukawa trees on a steep site over looking Karaka Bay and Rangitoto Island in the Waitamata Harbour. (Photo by Fiona Goodall/Getty Images)

Now this is what I call a getway (though I do wonder about, you know, bathroom facilities?).



Treehouses Are Getting Booked by Wealthy Travelers - and the Photos Show Why

Travelers looking for a vacation in the great outdoors are turning to a nostalgic source of comfort and solitude: treehouses. But these aren't the treehouses of their childhood. Like the travelers who are booking them, the treehouses have matured too. Modern treehouses are more luxury homes than kid hangouts - with a price to match.