World’s Tallest Tree House

World's Tallest Tree House

World's Tallest Tree House

A tree house with 10 levels of high-rise in the Crossville, Tennessee, United States (U.S.). This tree house built by Horace Burgess in the period of 11 years and is now the world’s tallest tree house.

As reported by the Daily Mail, Monday (04/02/2012), building a house area of 930 square meters (m2) is to cost $ 12 thousand, or approximately Rp110 million. Horace grateful to the skillful use of wood used.

To structure his own house, Burgess uses approximately 258 thousand nails and extra elbow grease to attach the timber. He made the tree house as comfortable as possible with the addition of various facilities and designs other architectures, such as room service, the choir loft, basketball courts, open space, spiral stairs, walkways and balconies.

Approximately the same amount of wood used by the six trees. It is a treehouse that is often dreamed of the children,” says photographer Tom Whetton. According to him, this house is a remarkable piece of architecture.

The founder of the house, Horace himself stated, this home built after he got the inspiration from God. He started building homes since 1993 and has remained faithful to inhabit such a masterpiece. In fact, according to many, Horace’s tree house tree house has been built to beat the Swiss Family Robinson in the 1960 Disney film output of the past are very popular.

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