A treehouse in Atlanta is the world’s most desirable Airbnb listing; video

For those of us who have never really wanted to grow up, in recent years treehouses have become acceptable for adults to enjoy. And not just the treehouse your dad built you, but treehouses you can legitimately live in.

Aiding in the acceptance of treehouses being an “adult” abodea is the rise of Airbnb. So it makes a lot of sense that the world’s most desirable Airbnb listing is in fact a treehouse.

The report by Today highlights the incredible three treehouse rental located in Atlanta, Georgia that has been saved to over 150,000 Airbnb users’s wish lists.

Behold, the world’s most desirable Airbnb. Photo: Courtesy of Airbnb

Built 18 years ago by owner Peter Bahouth, the three treehouses are referred to as “body, spirit and mind.” Connected by swinging rope bridges, the rooms offer antique furnishings, deck views of the forest below, a hammock and a bed that rolls out onto one deck for sleeping under the stars.

The treehouses are open to the elements and the bathroom is located within the basement/lower level. But those are mere details compared to the seclusion and wonderment that the treehouses elicit.

Imagine waking up like this. Photo: Courtesy of Airbnb

The view of the bedroom from the living room balcony. Photo: Courtesy of Lindsay Appel/Airbnb

Bahouth, who has been the executive director of Greenpeace USA, the Turner Foundation and the U.S. Climate Action Network, told Today that he loves getting to share what he has created within nature:

"I didn't really know how I would feel about having people stay out here. But I began to realize that people were having these amazing, great experiences and it was meaningful (to them), and it therefore became meaningful for me."

The living room. Photo: Courtesy of Airbnb

Immersed in a green canopy. Photo: Courtesy of Airbnb

The treehouses run $375 per night for two people, with a minimum two-night stay. Unfortunately, the first available two-night stay begins April 9, 2018.

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