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Dreamy treehouse with ocean views wants $970K

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Live in the canopy

Photos by Reside Visuals, courtesy of Joshua Bacorn of the Bacorn Group

Whether it’s a childhood dream or a real-life adult goal, living in a treehouse sounds like the ultimate escape from the mundane. Take this three-bedroom, one-bath home in Aptos, California, not far from Santa Cruz. The two-story, 1,250-square-foot dwelling is accessed from a long bridge and sits level with the treetops of the redwood forest.

Located on over an acre, the house features warm hardwood accents and floors with a modern twist on treehouse style. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer views onto the canopy and ocean beyond, while three separate decks provide access to the outdoors. The main level includes an open floor plan, with a sleek kitchen, skylights, and an airy living room and dining room.

A twisting staircase leads guests to the sleeping quarters downstairs. Each zen-like room blends wood and white panels, while the bathroom relies on rocks and natural materials for an outdoorsy feel. The property would make a star vacation rental, but we can’t help hoping someone turns this into their own private retreat in the trees.

Ready to invest in this dreamy treehouse? 137 Las Lomas Drive is on the market now for $970,000.

Skylights and an open floorplan make the living areas feel bright and airy.
Zen-like views include the ocean and the surrounding forest.
The deck provides plenty of space to relax.
The winding staircase to the second level.
Large windows in the bedrooms make you feel like you’re sleeping in the canopy.