1 – Connecticut Tree Platform

About This Treehouse

This cute perch is in a couple of trees in a backyard in Connecticut. The platform with a stick railing (sticks gathered from the woods) is the simplest of all treehouse forms and can be designed to fit the tree(s) that you have available.

Most basic tree platforms start at about 60 - 100 square feet. However, if the trees are big, then they will take up a good bit of the deck space, which often leads people to choose a bigger design. This platform is about 10' x 14'. There is no square foot price, but the bigger the platform gets, usually the cost per square foot goes down. Either way, the best focus is to look at what the trees will support, what the budget can manage, and what is the best functional size for how you plan to use your tree platform and make a decision based on your values.

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 of 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.

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