Tree House in VA near Washington DC
The Washington DC area is home to dozens of our tree houses. This particular treehouse is in the Great Falls, VA area. There is a small zip line that goes from tree to nearby tree just above the ground. The tree house was considered too high to use as a zip line launch platform, in this case. There is also a rock wall for the energetic to climb and a set of stairs. We made the railing pickets out of red cedar, and the windows were kept really simple as just framed openings. The clients were so happy with their tree house that they referred us to several other people in the Northern Virginia area, from Alexandria, VA, to over the border in Maryland. Tree houses are everywhere, you know...
Tree Houses with Bridges
This tree house was one of the first treehouses where we have connected two platforms with a bridge. Such projects conjure up images of the Ewoks in their tree houses. Some are built to cross a stream, muddy area, or a ravine, but this bridge was simply an excuse to build another treehouse platform and run back and forth! Sounds like fun to me, and if you're a parent trying to get the kids outside to play, then the more adventure you can pack into your tree house, the better.
How Much Does this Tree House Cost?
Tree House Building Costs do vary greatly, but we want you to have some idea what each project in our portfolio would cost to build. Prices vary by location, quality or rarity of materials, size, height from the ground, the amount of engineering and design involved, access to the building site, and general difficulty level of the project. This tree house as shown would cost between $22000 and $31000. Please see our tree house pricing page for a full description of the types of costs that will be figured into whether your quote will be on the high or low end of this range. Please feel free to call (484-880-6321), email us directly, or contact us to discuss your tree house project.