Monday, February 17, 2014

Where do you really want to live?

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So many questions about this one...
This has been a topic before on my blog.  Obviously the question has never ever left my mind. Please note the rope ladder hanging from the door at the bottom.


Among these many options, boy, I really like...:Oh-boy-oh-boy!-this is it!  You really must visit this site.


And another: Who hasn't always wanted a treehouse?  I mean, I have always wanted one, so....  You must also look at the amazing houses nestled in the trees.



But nothing, nothing I have seen can complete with the houses found at this site.  IF money was not an obstacle, IF I were agile and young enough, If…If…and if…THEN  I would want to have some of the options shown in this site!!

Go ahead!  Which house would you choose?


30 comments:

  1. Some of those tree houses are so elaborate. But then you'd have to leave with birds and bugs and whatever else is your house. The lake one looks interesting, I think that cat tunnel would be grand

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    1. When I saw that option, I thought of you and your horde.

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  2. Have you ever watched that "treehouse show" on TV? I am fascinated with it. Most of the treehouses are WOW. Great views but I would like to walk out the door and find my garden.... not a free fall. But still pretty neat, none the less.

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    1. I love that show! I always wonder the cost about some of the elaborate ones.

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  3. I would like to live in a house that is built into the earth with skylights for windows.

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    1. Back in the 1970s that was the prediction for future housing. I wanted one. Never happened.

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  4. Yup, I've always wanted a really nice tree house. I'd love to fall asleep to the sway of the tree.

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    1. The "Treehouse Master" is a great show to highlight some wonderful places.

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  5. I want the lamp that turns the room into a forest. Love that pic. And my cat Nate wants the kitty transit system.

    The creativity of some people is truly amazing.

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    1. That lamp! I would love that, as well. Wonder how much $$ it costs.

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  6. None of them haha! Because at this moment I am living exactly where I want to live.

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    1. Contentment is the best requirement for a house.

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  7. I would choose the house in the second picture for sure. I think my dream placed to live is Bora Bora!!

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    1. My dream place would be Ireland, simply because we lived there when our children were small. Good memories.

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  8. I have to agree with Karen. Not that I wouldn't mind living in one of those places, but the thought of going through all the hassles associated with moving from this place convinces me that this place is just perfect.

    On the other hand, that picture #10 of the lighthouse in the Chesapeake Bay looks mighty intriguing. I mean, the Chesapeake Bay! My old stomping grounds!

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  9. Oh my. I would love to live in a treehouse. I adore the bookcase that is also a staircase. There is a LOT of romance about lighthouses. The cats would demand those tunnels in any house if I was foolish enough to show them. But moving? Meh. And many of those brilliant homes don't look precisely convenient to the nearest shop if you run out of milk. I think I will stay put - and continue to dream.

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    1. /When I saw the cat tunnel I thought of you and Pat Hatt!

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  10. It has to take a lot to make some of those

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  11. That treehouse would make me nervous when the wind blew.
    I remember finding a site with most unusual hotels ever. Some were REALLY wild.

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    1. I remember reading about an ice hotel, which was intriguing.

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  12. I don't like heights so no tree houses for me. Pretty to look at though.

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  13. I'd want one very sturdy, low maintenance, no wild animals or bugs, and in some place warm. Not that I've thought of it much or anything. ;)

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    1. There are some requirements I would have as well. Good plumbing and electricity, well-secured to the ground, insulation, ets.

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  14. Dear Susan, the first photograph never revealed itself to me. Just a blank box with a question mark in it. But of the two houses I saw, I favor the tree-house one. A real aerie. Peace.

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  15. After checking out that site, I am not sure where I want to live.

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  16. I really like that stone cottage that's built as part of a hill. If I could have that near a beach I'd be happy. Although there aren't any trees....
    The tree houses are amazing.

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  17. There are too many things that would drive me crazy in a tree house. A hotel with maid service sounds nice though!

    Julie

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Go ahead...it won' t hurt...I'd love to hear what you think!