The Duke of Northumberland's Swanky Forest Mansion

By: Rachel Bowman - Published: Jun 29, 2009 • References: alnwickgarden & dornob
Some treehouses go beyond basic one-room buildings built by your dad. Some are restaurants, some are hotels and some are mansions. This is a mansion commissioned by the Duke of Northumberland and the Alnwick Gardens.

The tree mansion for the Duke of Northumberland has a rather haphazard look to it, and frankly looks haunted. The house is relatively new, and it's impressive for its size alone. The treehouse is accessed by a rope bridge and is supported by intertwined logs.

If I knew my tree house would be this swanky, I’d go live in one right now! Check out the tree mansion in the gallery above. Stats for Treetop Castles Trending: Older & Warm
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