Gallery of the custom fantasy treehouses At the Water's Edge by Blue Forest featuring stunning woodwork, incredible views, and backyard lake.
Welcome to this gallery featuring an incredible backyard with three distinct sections: a pool, an adult relaxation area, and an incredible fantasy treehouse by Blue Forest.
The two main structures in this incredible backyard are the Lake House, a crescent shaped structure on a decked platform overlooking the lake at the back of the property.
This is the adult area, a contemporary area in close proximity to the treehouses, so the parents can keep a close eye on the kids as they play.
The Lake House includes a private gym area and shower room, and for the evenings, a high-tech lighting system that can be adjusted as the mood changes.
Next to the lake is a swimming pool surrounded by decking bedecked with a waterfall, jets, and intricate tile work.
The treehouses are at the back of the lot and are meant to feel like a village tucked amongst the tree tops.
Each treehouse is built as an individual space, meaning that no two are exactly the same. Each treehouse features a bay window that look over the backyard.
Children can enter the treehouses in a number of ways, including a spiral staircase, cargo nets, and rope bridges.
The tree houses are constructed out of cedar, with a unique feature turret with copper shingles.
Together, these three pieces make for an incredible backyard with something for everyone, kids and adults both.
We hope you’ll enjoy this gallery as much as we do!
A set of rustic stairs lead up to the deck of one of the treehouses, showing the way the structure is fit into the trees and the proximity to the swimming pool.
Under the tree houses are pathways of multure dotted with ferns to enhance the feeling of being in the forest.
By the side of one of the treehouses, we can see the different windows and roofs built on each treehouse. Each one is utterly unique.
Inside one of the treehouses are spacious reading nooks, a desk, and sitting areas. A perfect place to do homework in a quiet spot.
On the other side of the backyard is the Lake House, which has many windows, including accordion style windows that open to expose the gym to the breeze. The pool is only a few steps away.
When the glass doors are opened fully, the small home gym is exposed to the decking and breeze. A glass-covered overhang keeps any rain from splashing into the open room.
From this angle, we can see how the three sections fit together. A climbing wall is visible on one side.
Small bay windows are the perfect spot to curl up and read while enjoying the sunshine filtering in.
From across the lake, we can see the full set of treehouses connected by wooden bridges. A large Willow with benches surrounding the truck sits in the center of the lake.
A bridge leads from the Lake House to the seating area on the island in the lake. A creek filters into the lake from another section of the yard.
Another look across the lake from in front of the treehouses. It’s easy to see how the parents can keep an eye on the children at play, even from across the sizable yard.
A final look at the treehouses, showing the arched windows and the copper turret.
See a brief video of the At Water’s Edge project.
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