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Owl in the Oak Treehouse - Private Forest Escape

Umbungazi oveleleDuluth, Georgia, United States
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Our secluded tiny home treehouse is nestled among the oaks in a dense neighborhood forest. Many modern comforts are included in this rustic, off-grid experience.

Fall asleep to the soft sounds of owls calling out into the night. Enjoy your morning coffee or tea on the wraparound deck overlooking a small stream 30 feet below. Settle in with a good book on the sofa or get some inspiration while working at the writing desk facing the canopy of leaves.

Indawo
Owl in the Oak Treehouse, located in Duluth, GA, sits in a heavily wooded area about 100 yards behind our house. In the winter, several neighborhood homes are visible from the treehouse, but summer foliage cloaks the treehouse in almost total privacy.

Please note that a stay in our treehouse is not going to be for everybody - Owl in the Oak is completely off-grid, which means that there are several amenities that are either unusual or unavailable. Please read the complete description before booking!

The treehouse itself is 120 square feet with a 50 square foot sleeping loft. Entering into the living area, you’ll find a cozy loveseat and ottoman and a small writing desk and a chair. The loveseat has a fold-out twin bed that can sleep one.

A ladder takes you to the sleeping loft where you’ll find a fluffy queen bed with incredible views of the forest from a height usually reserved for birds. There are fans and universal chargers for electronics on each side of the bed.

The kitchenette features a sink, propane cooktop, and a small cooler refrigerator. The essential kitchen items such as cookware, dishes, and utensils are included. This is also where the propane fireplace is located for those chilly nights.

The small bathroom has a composting toilet and a shower fed with hot water from a propane water heater. Towels, soap, and shampoo/conditioner are included.

Outside the treehouse is a sitting area with stunning views out over the forest and down to a small stream 30 feet below!

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Guests have access to the entire treehouse and platform. There is also a short side path with a bench overlooking the stream.

Ezinye izinto okumele ziqashelwe
Okay, here are the oddities of staying in our off-grid treehouse. Please read this section carefully to help you decide if a stay in this unique property is right for you!

Guest parking is on the street, and the two-minute walk to the treehouse takes you across a lawn, down a dirt path through the woods, up and down several flights of uneven steps, and across a small footbridge.

Access to the treehouse itself is up a spiral staircase, and it’s necessary to climb a ladder to get to the sleeping loft.

Children under the age of 10 are not allowed to access the sleeping loft for safety reasons.

The treehouse is powered by 12-volt DC batteries, so there is only one electrical outlet available for guests to use, and it is for low wattage electronics only - nothing bigger than a laptop. No hair dryers, curling irons or hair straighteners, toasters, coffee pots, etc.

The kitchen does not have a microwave or an oven.

The cooler fridge does a great job of keeping perishables cold, but it’s small (40 liters, about 60 aluminum cans) and does not have a freezer.

The treehouse does not have air conditioning. There are six windows that open (with screens to keep bugs out) and four fans (two in the sleeping loft, two downstairs). The shade from the trees along with the metal roof do a good job of keeping the sun from heating the treehouse. But in the summertime in Atlanta, you will be warm.

Water that supplies the sink and the shower is stored in a 30-gallon tank inside the treehouse. At the beginning of your stay the tank will be full, but if you use more than 30 gallons I’ll have to bring you a refill.

While taking a hot shower, water flow is limited by the propane water heater to about a gallon per minute.

The toilet in the treehouse is a composting toilet. The House Manual contains some additional information about how to use it properly.

This property is a treehouse, actually suspended in trees. If it happens to be windy during your stay, you will feel the sway and hear some creaking sounds.
Our secluded tiny home treehouse is nestled among the oaks in a dense neighborhood forest. Many modern comforts are included in this rustic, off-grid experience.

Fall asleep to the soft sounds of owls calling out into the night. Enjoy your morning coffee or tea on the wraparound deck overlooking a small stream 30 feet below. Settle in with a good book on the sofa or get some inspiration while working at th…

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Duluth, Georgia, United States

Our house is 5 minutes from beautiful downtown Duluth and 5 minutes from Infinite Energy Center. Our neighborhood is quiet and very safe.

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Ujoyine ngo-Ephreli 2017
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Hey there, I’m Kyle, a self-employed husband and father of one. We love to travel as much as possible, and we’re looking forward to hosting guests in our backyard treehouse!
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Because of current concerns with the COVID-19 outbreak, we will not be interacting with our guests in person (unless we happen to see you walk by while we’re in the yard, we’re always happy to give a friendly hello and chat from a safe distance!), but we hope we are able to change this policy as soon as possible to give our guests a friendly introduction to the treehouse.

Because we will not be performing in-person check-ins, please be sure to read the check-in instructions and the house manual carefully!
Because of current concerns with the COVID-19 outbreak, we will not be interacting with our guests in person (unless we happen to see you walk by while we’re in the yard, we’re alw…
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