Even the Treehouse Master himself is in awe of this 5,000 square-foot treehouse. Built on massive, "seductive" trees with "curves in all the right places," this treehouse is an absolute behemoth.
It's remarkable that the builders only had to cut two limbs from these old pink cotton trees. This treehouse is beautifully melded into the natural environment as if it grew with the tree.
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TORONTO, ON- JUNE 22: Jamie Graham, 12, has had her treehouse for around three years. Her mother, Jackie, says that it's a good place for her to get away from the parents. (Melissa Renwick/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
(GERMANY OUT) Architektur , Gebaeude , Quellmatenweg Baumhaus zu mieten , The Urban Treehouse Zehendorf Berlin (Photo by Lambert/ullstein bild via Getty Images)
CAPE COD, SANDWICH, MASSACHUSETTS, UNITED STATES - 2012/08/28: Tree house at Hidden Hollow, Heritage Museums and Gardens. (Photo by John Greim/LightRocket via Getty Images)
A tree house is seen in the backyard of Melinda Hackett's home in New York City, Thursday, Oct. 21, 2010. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
Gennaro Brooks-Church built a two-story tree house in his backyard for his three percosious children in the backyard of his 2nd Street home in Cobble Hill Brooklyn that he jokingly says he would offer on Airbnb. (Photo By: Todd Maisel/NY Daily News via Getty Images)
Giant tree house in Conejo Valley Botanical Park in Thousand Oaks is 33 acres of hiking trails, gardens and a children's garden and area. Tourists come from All Over to hike and see the giant tree house.
Detail of a whimsical boat-shaped treehouse at Turtle Island Preserve. Watauga County building inspectors have shut down Turtle Island Preserve, a back to the land enclave near Boone, because its primitive buildings don't meet building codes. The preserve was created by Gastonia native Eustace Conway, subject of a best-selling book and of 'Mountain Men' on cable TV. (Diedra Laird/Charlotte Observer/MCT via Getty Images)
HARADS, SWEDEN - UNDATED: The exterior of the Â£247,000 Mirror-Cube tree house guest room which has been launched by TreeHotel in Harads, Sweden. Almost invisible to the naked eye, this incredible mirrored box is set to become the luxury treehouse is pad of fantasy - and now you can buy one for yourself. Known as the Mirror-Cube, the ninety square foot room is designed to be suspended 40 feet up in the trees and comes fully equipped with electric heating, lighting and working toilets. Covered in reflective 'spyglass' which makes it blend into any surrounding, each Mirror-Cube will set customers back to the tune of a whopping Â£237,000. Designed to be more naturally integrated than a normal tree-house, the Mirror-Cube is inspired by the most famous room at Sweden's award winning TreeHotel. PHOTOGRAPH BY Peter Lundstrom / Barcroft USA /Barcoft Media via Getty Images
**ADVANCE FOR THURSDAY, JULY 20 **Peter Lewis' treehouse hideaway sits a third of the way up a 105-foot white pine in Bridgeton, Maine, on May 22, 2006, with bird's-eye views of his old farmhouse, its back lawn and the forest canopy. It's a quiet place with no distractions, where he can read, write, daydream or nap. His book, "Treehouse Chronicles: One Man's Dream of Life Aloft," grew out of the journal Lewis kept as the treehouse project developed. (AP Photo/Pat Wellenbach)
Eleven-year-old Lantana Chasser pauses as she climbs a rope swing next to a treehouse she shares with her mother and a few tenants Sunday, Aug. 5, 2007 in Miami. Chasser's mother Shawnee has lived in the treehouse above a secret garden in the middle of Miami for 15 years on 1.5-acres of land with trees and farm animals behind a row of houses 10 minutes from downtown. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)
Children's author David Kirk, pictured on the deck, right, of his treehouse in King Ferry, N.Y., on Sept. 9, 2004, is the creator of the popular Miss Spider series of children's books. (AP Photo/Kevin Rivoli)
JAPAN - JULY 17: Teahouse On The Tree In Japan On July 17, 2005 - Japanese architect, Terunobu Fujimori, 58 built the teahouse on the tree in April 2004 - Fujimori at the window of his treehouse to see mountains of Nagano in front of him. (Photo by Kurita KAKU/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)