Treehouse #8 in Glenmoore Pennsylvania

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One of Everything Tree House in Pennsylvania

This treehouse doesn’t just have one of everything; it has two of some things! To get up to the tree house, there are 2 climbing walls, 2 ladders, a rope ladder, and a tube net climb. To get down, there are 2 zip lines, a slide, and a fire pole. There is a wood stove for those winter camp outs, a rope bridge to connect the platforms, a sleeping loft and a fold down bed inside, and a triangular crow’s nest. The treehouse showcases several methods of support, including cables from higher in the tree, fixed support points, knee braces from lower in the tree, and 2 posts down to the ground – Our expertise helps us decide which ones to use where for the overall aesthetic of the project and health of the trees.

This tree house was also featured in a tree house news article that ran in several Pennsylvania newspapers in 2009, including the Daily Local News. It is the ultimate in fun & activity!

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 $25000 and $40000. Please feel free to contact us to discuss whether your project would fall on the high end or low end of this range.