Stunning treehouse retreat
Helen Hatzis
Helen Hatzis
June 2, 2020 ·  1 min read

Stunning Treehouse Retreat in Queensland, Australia

Do you recall the famous novel by Johann David Wyss called “The Swiss Family Robinson?” It was about a Swiss family of immigrants whose ship en route to Port Jackson, Australia, goes off course and is shipwrecked in the East Indies? Long story short, they end up building a treehouse as shelter and live most their lives there (well they move to a cave, and some of the others return to civilization). As a kid, I enjoyed watching the made-for-television movie named after the book and dreamed of living in a treehouse. I write about them often. Funny enough, I came across a listing of a stunning treehouse retreat in Queensland for sale. It sounds pretty tempting! Take a look.

As described by the seller, the stunning treehouse retreat is nestled in a rainforest. It overlooks lush tropical foliage on a private property that you’ll only share with abundant visiting birds. The property backs onto a bushland corridor with direct access to the neighboring valley and creek, and is ideally set at the end of an extremely quiet kid-safe cul-de-sac accessed by just two driveways. The peaceful, highly sought-after street provides the impression of a rural acreage setting whilst being conveniently located close to Buderim Village centre, schools, Buderim Falls and the Sunshine Motorway. [1]

The property is one level and is spread out across approximately 17,000 sqft. It has five bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a sprawling kitchen and livingroom and wrap-around decks to take in the beautiful surroundings.

If you want to see a virtual tour of the property. Click here.

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