Today is Earth Day – a day where people around the world celebrate the beautiful and unique natural resources our shared planet has to offer. It’s a time when we focus on conservation, increasing our eco-friendly efficiencies, and shrinking our carbon footprints, so that the Earth can be enjoyed for generations to come.
Let’s join in the day’s celebrations by exploring an incredibly unique treehouse in Washington that is truly one with nature.
Designed by award-winning architect Tom Bosworth, this waterfront home and guest cabin are a hidden treasure of cedar, glass and stone.
“Nestled in a vibrant green rainforest, surrounded by enormous Doug fir trees and bordered by pristine Dabob Bay, this modern day treehouse has an amazing spirit,” says current owner Diana Rudolph. “It is an architectural treasure that sits gently on the forest floor nodding gracefully to its environment. As cliche as it may sound, every time we walk into this home our souls are renewed and the clutter of day-to-day life truly does disappear and we are left feeling extremely present and content in this small, undiscovered corner of western Washington. It’s a breath of fresh air.”
“This special retreat is embraced by 21 acres of forest, with big views, a sandy beach, and amazing interiors,” says Laura Halliday, the sales associate with Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty representing the seller. “This special home is only an hours ride from the ferry dock on Bainbridge Island.”
The main home was recently remodeled, featuring 1,480 feet of waterfront. With streams, waterfalls, trails and a sandy beach, this is undeniably a natural haven.