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  • Tree Sparrow House
  • Jonathan Melville - Smith
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Category: | Unique

Tree Sparrow House

£250 to £499

Tree Sparrow House is a treehouse. Perched in an ash tree with sweeping sea and countryside views, our tree house accommodation offers a cozy and unique holiday adventure. From your lofty position enjoy water views of Falmouth Bay and spectacular sunsets over the fields and orchards of Tregaminion. The beautiful beach of Porthallow is an easy, ten minute walk away. At night, enjoy the peace and quiet of this secluded location and fall asleep to the rustling of leaves in the trees. You might find you dont want to leave&.

I started building the treehouse in 2007 for my children. Over all it took about a year to build. I used as many reclaimed materials as I could find, and only used new materials when there was no other option. The treehouse is fully lined with Kingspan rigid board insulation. Features & Facilities of the Tree House Tree Sparrow House comprises of one, comfortable room with a mezzanine double bed and seating/kitchen area. There is also the option of a bunk bed to sleep two small children. The tree house has been lovingly constructed with careful attention to detail and is around two metres from the ground. Access is via a wooden staircase. It is fully insulated with double glazed windows and has heating for chillier nights. Facilities include: Kitchen: Two burner hob and grill. Cold box for cool storage. Crockery, pots and pans.

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