The treehouse castle, built and designed by Blue Forest, imitates the Tudor Gothic style. The treehouse castle, built and designed by Blue Forest, incorporates the host tree. The treehouse castle, built and designed by Blue Forest, has a spacious deck area.  The treehouse castle, built and designed by Blue Forest, commands excellent views of the surrounding wildlife and nearby pond. The interior of the treehouse castle, built and designed by Blue Forest, imitates the Tudor Gothic style.   The stained windows of the treehouse castle, built and designed by Blue Forest, provide an old-fashioned feel.

Tree House Castle

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    Location: Co. Carlow, Ireland

    Form Of Contract: Individual Terms

    This tree house castle is built in the grounds of one of Irelands most magnificent country houses. Designed by Blue Forest in a Tudor Gothic style, the tree house closely resembles the architecture of the main house, which dates back to the 17th century.

    The tree house commands spectacular views over the nearby pond and wildlife haven from 2.5m high. It is an ideal place for guests to watch the wildlife, relax or enjoy a cup of afternoon tea. The stained-glass windows complete the impression of travelling back in time!

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  • This inspirational tree house was completed for Feltonfleet Preparatory School in Cobham. The Feltonfleet school tree house has been designed as a unique, sustainable learning space and was opened by the Mayor and Mayoress of Elmbridge.

  • This Woodland Tree House is shaded by the surrounding trees to provide an adventurous outdoor play area and cosy spot for the children.  The quirky exterior of the tree house is lined with a combination of cedar tongue and groove cladding and randomly fixed cedar shingles.

  • Built approximately 10 years ago, this is a fantastic example of how regular maintenance will help prolong the life of your treehouse. The original structure was not built by Blue Forest and there are a number of problems with the structural support system, which mean the treehouse art studio has been significantly affected by the growth of the host tree.