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February 25, 2008

Treehouse Subdivision — 'Honey, I'm home'


That's different.

Above and below, a sampling of residences.


Better get a passport, though, because it's located at the base of an almost 6,000-foot-high primary rainforest mountain on the South Pacific Coast of Costa Rica — not far from the Pan American Highway.

From the website:

Living in the trees is a universal theme that many dream, but only few experience....


Now you can live with nature in all its abundance right out your front door in a unique community designed for ecologically minded, adventurous individuals.

Let the wonders of the rainforest and its inhabitants guide your daily schedule.


Imagine taking a plunge in the cool waters of Rio Bellavista after an invigorating rainforest hike... riding a zip-line to meet up with friends for an evening meal or cocktail... waking up each morning to a tropical bird symphony from a tree house nestled high in the rainforest canopy.


Live the dream at Finca Bellavista, the world's first sustainable tree house community.


More in Abigail Doan's February 21, 2008 inhabitat.com post.

[via Jerry Young]

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Looks incredible but, where's the plumbing?

Posted by: Milena | Feb 26, 2008 2:42:35 PM

I wrote about something like this in my bachelor's thesis... I want to go there, it sounds so very awesome.

Posted by: Jen | Feb 26, 2008 6:05:50 AM

Myst-like, indeed.

Parasites in sight?

Posted by: 6.02*10^23 | Feb 26, 2008 3:52:46 AM

I'm ready to move in now!

Posted by: ageekymom | Feb 25, 2008 10:52:48 PM

WoW! Looks like the village in Myst

Posted by: rob | Feb 25, 2008 9:16:21 PM

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