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Sleek black ‘Treehaus’ in the forests of Utah asks $1.1M

Can you smell the pine?

This home in the pine forests of Utah sits in a clearing on a hill and it clad in black cedar, while its three distinct levels are stacked abstractly across each other creating spatial separation inside. Plenty of windows allow natural light to flood the
This home is clad in black cedar to help it seamlessly blend into its rustic surroudings.
Photos by Kerri Fukui courtesy of Cityhome Collective

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Location: Park City, Utah

Price: $1,100,000

This home might not literally be a treehouse, but perched among the pines of Summit Park in Utah, it’s close enough that you might mistake it for the real thing.

A trendy black cedar exterior blends the four-bed, four-bath Treehaus into its woody surroundings, showcasing three distinct levels stacked precariously to a somewhat dizzying and mountainous effect. Its earthy design and surroundings belie a chic interior that blends a clean contemporary design with rustic and midcentury flairs across 3,643 square feet.

The home features an open living plan with the only true separation coming in the form of custom staircases. Meanwhile the top level acts as a main suite perched up in the canopy of the forest. Its architects, Park City Design + Build, also designed the home to passive house standards.

There’s no need to do any tree climbing to get a breath of fresh air either, as a pair of decks out in front and a terrace in the back offer plenty of space to take in the surrounding forrest.

Can you smell the pines already? 635 Parkview Drive is listing now for $1,100,000.