There's an Airbnb that looks, unlike anything we've ever seen. It's a legit treehouse in Colorado, and it looks amazing.

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Treehouse Airbnb In Colorado

If your family is like mine, you're always trying to find new places to visit and things to do. Our go-to is Disney, every summer, sometimes more. Last week though, we stumbled across one of the most interesting and intriguing vacation possibilities and it's right here in Colorado. Are you ready for this? It's a treehouse. Yes, a legit treehouse.

Rocky Mountain Treehouse Airbnb In Colorado

Tucked away in Carbondale, Colorado sits a 50-year-old treehouse. Built in 1971, this world-famous treehouse it's now on the market for Airbnb rental for the first time. Airbnb.com describes this amazing dream home so ridiculously cool that I want to go book a weekend right now.

The Rocky Mountain Treehouse is attached to 4 100ft spruce trees and rest 25 feet off the ground with winding rock staircase leading to the front door. Step inside and see a truly hand built cabin in the sky. Including wood burning stove, fully size kitchen with granite and copper backslash. Enter the bathroom with a rock shower. Then head upstairs to the sleeping loft with 2 large skylights and another private balcony.

Are you still here? Or have you already taken off to go book your stay? The Rocky Mountain Treehouse also has a hot tub to unwind in and pets are allowed so all the "kids" can join in on the fun. It also looks like cellphone reception isn't too great so you could seriously unplug and truly enjoy this absolutely beautiful vacation home for a weekend, or maybe an entire week. I better go book my stay before all the dates are gone.

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