The World’s Largest Treehouse

18 June 2012 | 0 Comments

Those treehouses I posted a month ago are nothing in comparison to this one – the world’s largest treehouse, in Tennessee.  It was built by Horace Burgess, a Minister, so it’s known as the Minister’s Treehouse.  It spans over 7 different trees, is 100 feet tall, and covers around 10,000 square feet.  The craziest part – it was built without blueprints.  Yep, no plan.  He just kept adding to it for over 11 years.  You can check it out yourself if you’re ever in Crossville, Tennessee.

[via Colossal.  Image via Chuck Sutherland]

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