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About this space
Welcome to Trinity Treehouse, a hand-crafted escape amidst nature, beauty and art, just 25 minutes from Atlanta. You’ll find a comfy queen and two twins, sumptuous leather recliners, full kitchen and bath, strong Wi-Fi, Roku TV, a cherry desk and balcony for viewing wildlife. An adjacent 2,500-acre park offers an escape from a hectic world. We’d love to be your host. Pets are welcome! Because of the handcrafted nature of Trinity Treehouse, a maximum of four guests/visitors is strictly enforced.
Nestled in seclusion behind a stately suburban Atlanta neighborhood, Trinity Treehouse was built for lovers of nature, beauty and art. Trees envelop the property and birds, butterflies, deer and wild turkey can be seen from the main deck and an elevated balcony. Trinity offers the perfect mix of nature and comfort with a queen bed and two twins, a full bath with shower, fresh linens and towels, fast WiFi, Roku TV, a fully equipped kitchen and heating and air. Six-foot windows provide expansive views of the nature preserve, while the hand-crafted interior reflects the beauty of wood with sapele trim, ambrosia cabinets, a cherry desk, cocobolo, bocote and rosewood burl.
Tracie’s collection of stunning art from visits to 11 countries on the African continent enliven the walls of Trinity Treehouse, including a self-portrait of Senegalese artist Elsey after being bit by a bee. Hand-painted blocks purchased years ago in Stellenbosch, South Africa tell stories of their own, adorning walls of 100-year-old barn wood.
Walk down the treehouse stairs and immediately on your left is the Davidson-Arabia Mountain Nature Preserve, 2,500 acres of rolling hills, granite outcroppings, two lakes and miles of wooded and paved trails. The Wilburn Farm Trail is accessible from the treehouse, and paved multi-use biking trails are accessible at nearby trailheads. Visit arabiaalliance.org for tons of information about this exciting natural wonder.
Just 30 minutes away is Downtown Atlanta and the Georgia Aquarium, Zoo Atlanta, the World of Coca Cola, the College Football Hall of Fame, the Atlanta Belt Line and Atlanta’s trendy neighborhoods, shops and restaurants.
An intimate space in a quiet residential neighborhood, Trinity Treehouse is unsuited to accommodate parties or gatherings of more than four people.
Trinity Treehouse has been lauded by The New York Times and Business Insider, while Tracie and Jeff have also been selected by Airbnb as one of the top-rated Super Hosts. This special one-of-kind Treehouse was recently featured in a National Ford Bronco campaign: https://wdrv.it/cd80cb917
Guests have easy access to the treehouse, with free parking in the driveway of the main residence and a short walk to the treehouse stairs. A large cart for luggage helps make the trip a breeze. The front door has a code lock, which will be provided before check-in. It is a contactless and easy process.
Other things to note
If you are bringing a pet let us know ASAP as there is a $50 pet fee due to the deeper cleaning that results. Additionally, please bring bedding and blankets for pets, as ours are for human guests only.
Guests are welcome to sit by a blazing fire at the fire pit, or enjoy the stillness of the Zen garden with water feature, Japanese lantern and black bamboo fence.
There’s a wood pellet grill perfect for smoking, roasting and grilling that turns on with the push of a button. No messy charcoal required.
Due to the size, location and hand-crafted nature of Trinity Treehouse, extra visitors and candle burning are not allowed.
For your privacy and security, please note that there are cameras that monitor the street and driveway. There are no cameras aimed at, or inside the Treehouse.