O2 Treehouse is well-known for making unique treetop homes including the famous Pinecone treehouse and the newly introduced Treewalkers designed with vacationers in mind. The Madrone Grove is another enticing treehouse built under the Equilibrium Home series by the company.
These treetop homes feature prefabricated, insulated wall panels and are built with a Tetratruss modular foundation comprising struts and hubs that can be arranged in numerous configurations and designs. This system is designed to snugly fit between the surrounding groves of trees, supporting the elevated structure.
The Madrone Grove treehouse is built as a getaway for the whole family, with features needed for a cozy stay amidst nature away from the city life. The interior is decked with Maple ply for a warm, illuminated, and airy feel.
The main floor looks spacious and allows ample natural light in through the large glass entryway and surrounding windows. There is a loft bedroom to sleep accessed through a steep staircase from the living room. The Madrone Grove treehouse also has a large exterior deck and a winding slide to add to the excitement.
The most unique aspect of this treehouse is its construction which is based on the Tetratruss system that aims to minimize the overall environmental impact.
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O2 Treehouse has built three treehouses with the Equilibrium Home model with the third one only completed last year. The Madrone Grove treehouse has the greatest total floor area of these builds; however, no specifications are revealed by the company at this point in time.
These treehouses are built with a commercial motive and can be used according to the needs of a particular guest. They are ideal vacation rentals for people looking to spend some time in the lap of Mother Nature.
It would be fair to say that this treehouse will provide an amazing living experience unlike any other! It is nearly hidden amid the trees. The builders inform that they had to use a drone to capture the entire front of this structure.