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The living room is large and open with so much room for activities. The two story wall of windows looks out into the trees. It's not called Big Bear Treehouse for nothing! The living room has brand new wood floors.
The living room is large and open with so much room for activities. The two story wall of windows looks out into the trees. It's not called Big Bear Treehouse for nothing! The living room has brand new wood floors.
  • The living room is large and open with so much room for activities. The two story wall of windows looks out into the trees. It's not called Big Bear Treehouse for nothing! The living room has brand new wood floors.
  • The deck wraps 3/4 around the cabin and exits right into the National Forest in the back. You can sit out here and watch the neighborhood birds (there are LOTS of them) fly in and out of the bird feeder.
  • Big Bear Treehouse - Forest Backyard, Mid-Century
  • Big Bear Treehouse - Forest Backyard, Mid-Century
  • Treehouse Vibes the night after a snow storm.
  • Big Bear Treehouse - Forest Backyard, Mid-Century
  • Big Bear Treehouse - Forest Backyard, Mid-Century
  • Big Bear Treehouse - Forest Backyard, Mid-Century
  • Big Bear Treehouse - Forest Backyard, Mid-Century
  • Get ready to get cozy by the fireplace (living room has been recently updated with wood flooring, as seen in other photos)
  • When I say there's miles of forest in the backyard, I'm not exaggerating. Big Bear Treehouse is lit up right in the middle there with the white car in the driveway.
  • Treehouse Vibes rests on a hill, making you feel like you're in a tree house overlooking the quiet neighborhood. The trees that surround the cabin provide natural privacy. Please note the neighboring structure to the right.
  • Living room sofa looking towards kitchen.
  • The back rests on the George Nelson inspired daybed remove to become a comfortable, twin XL-sized bed.
  • Big Bear Treehouse - Forest Backyard, Mid-Century
  • The peaceful back deck of the cabin looks out unobstructed into the National Forest. You can walk right off the deck into the forest where miles and miles of trails are waiting to be explored. String lights provide a nice glow at night.
  • The peaceful back deck of the cabin looks out unobstructed into the National Forest. You can walk right off the deck into the forest where miles and miles of trails are waiting to be explored. String lights provide a nice glow at night.
  • ~100 feet from the cabin is a trailhead that has a couple of options for paths through the forest. It is absolutely beautiful back there and it feels like your own private hiking trail – You can walk right off the back deck to this trail too.
  • View from the Lookout Point trail right in the backyard.
  • Kitchen with new appliances (fridge, stove/oven, and dishwasher) and a dining table that comfortably seats 4 to 5 people.
  • Big Bear Treehouse - Forest Backyard, Mid-Century
  • Kitchen is stocked with pots, pans, and all the essentials. Threre's a coffee maker, microwave, and a toaster too. Under cabinet lighting makes meal prep easy.
  • Dining table comfortably sits 4.
  • View from the living room during a snow storm.
  • Looking into the master bedroom from the top of the stairs.
  • Big Bear Treehouse - Forest Backyard, Mid-Century
  • In the master bedroom, a mid-century inspired bed with built in night stands extends the full wall and a 12" memory foam mattress provides the perfect night's sleep.
  • The panoramic bedroom window looks out unobstructed into the National Forest – the first thing you see when you wake up in the morning.
  • Large, mirrored closet extends nearly the length of the bedroom.
  • Back bedroom looking out from queen-sized bed.
  • Big Bear Treehouse - Forest Backyard, Mid-Century
  • The loft looks out over the living room while still feeling cozy and private.
  • The loft looks out over the living room while still feeling cozy and private.
  • View of the loft bedroom from the bed. Please note that there are neighbors to the left.
  • Bathroom with overhead rain shower
  • The overhead rain shower – Perfect after a long day at the slopes or exploring the forest.
  • The deck wraps around 3/4 of the cabin.
  • Big Bear Treehouse - Forest Backyard, Mid-Century
  • Big Bear Treehouse - Forest Backyard, Mid-Century
  • Big Bear Treehouse - Forest Backyard, Mid-Century
  • Treehouse Vibes just after a foot of snow. The cabin rests on a hill, making you feel like you're in a tree house. The trees that surround the cabin provide natural privacy. Please note the neighboring structure to the right.
  • Side of the cabin looking back into the woods after a light snow storm.
  • When it snows, bring a sled! There's plenty of fun to be had right in the backyard.
  • Looking out into the National Forest from the deck during a snow storm.
  • Studio monitor speakers sound amazing and fill the space with crystal clear sound. You plug your device right in or AirPlay right from an app like Spotify!
  • I'm all about the details and want my guests to feel at home during their stay. I do my best to keep the cabin stocked with my favorite scents and I'm constantly adding to my collection of art, design, and nature-related books.
  • Nothing beats waking up to these snowy views and getting a nice, cozy fire going.
  • One of the many great views from the trail that is immediately behind the cabin.
  • ~100 feet from the cabin is a trailhead that has a couple of options for paths through the forest. This is a view from where the Lookout Point trail ends. It is absolutely beautiful back there and it feels like your own private hiking trail – You can walk right off the back deck to this trail.
  • View from the hiking trail in the backyard, shortly after the trailhead entrance. This is only a couple hundred feet from the cabin.
  • View from the hiking trail in the backyard.
  • There are trails and dirt roads behind the cabin that are blocked off to vehicles but are great to explore by foot.
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The living room is large and open with so much room for activities. The two story wall of windows looks out into the trees. It's not called Big Bear Treehouse for nothing! The living room has brand new wood floors.