- Two-storey fairytale tree house, Scotland: This Scottish fairytale tree house is nestled on the grounds of a picturesque castle and is composed of a room with open turret. A ladder leads up through a secret trap door to a kids’ hideaway. There is also enough space for kids’ play things, like a zip wire, climbing wall and slide. The structure is linked to another tree deck by a rope bridge
- Sky High Treehouse, France: This treehouse is tucked in the vicinity of Lake Geneva and requires a difficult steep climb up the winding stairs around the 130 ft pine but the effort is rewarding by the view the home offers.
There are incredibly designed houses on earth whose positions are so dangerous that you cannot help but wonder what it is like to have to live there permanently.
“Just Enough Room” island: The only small house sits on this small island which is one of 1,864 islands straddling the American – Canadian border in the Saint Lawrence River.