Treetop Tiny Houses With Private Skatepark

Tiny houses have never been as popular as they are today, with a variety of styles, sizes, designs, and plans available to choose from. If you like tiny houses, you'll want to see these amazing "Treetop Tiny Houses With Private Skatepark."

If you love tiny houses, tree houses, cabins, forts, and skateboarding or BMX’ing then you will be amazed at this couple of tiny houses up in the tree tops, and the personal skatepark right on the property. This place is called The Cinder Cone. It consists of two main treehouse cabins which connect to each other with a bridge. Everything is custom designed and built for the property. Directly below and in view from the treetop cabins, is where the private skatepark is located. This is definitely the dream life for any pro skateboarder or BMX person. The treetop deck has a hot tub, and the views are stunning too. This is a really amazing property, you'll want to share with your friends.

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