Well, this certainly is anything but a ranch. Live like a Lorax among the trees in this Big Indian treehouse that’s kitted out for all four seasons.
Live out your childhood dreams in this elevated tiny house on almost five acres in the heart of the Catskills. No rope ladder here: A proper staircase leads the way from the ground up to a cute little wraparound porch and a covered alcove to the front door.
If you love the woods, you’ll love this Big Indian treehouse.
It’s fully insulated and has real, functioning windows. A generator provides heat, air conditioning, and electricity. An electric pole on the property awaits your okay to connect for honest-to-goodness, full-time power.
It’s not large, but it’s cozy. An eco-toilet keeps things relatively modern, and water comes from a Titan drilled well.
If you feel like you’re roughing it a bit too much in the treehouse, you can escape to the adjoining camper that sleeps four.
You’re still not at the Waldorf Astoria, but the comforts of home are a little closer here…
…like a shower, another toilet, a fridge, a kitchen sink, and a gas range.
Concerned about space? Two sheds accommodate any overflow you have.
Fieldstone walls wind their way throughout the property and make a great firepit area.
Swing away your cares underneath the treehouse in these swings—we’d swap them out for a couple of Bohemian fringey rope chairs.
The Shandaken Wild Forest is steps away for even more wilderness exploring. And if you’re craving civilization, it’s not far: Route 28 is at the end of the road, and Peekamoose Restaurant is a two-minute drive. A bit more than 10 minutes lands you in Phoenicia for delicious pancakes at Sweet Sue’s.
If living among the wood sprites feels like your birthright, find out more about 50 Spisaks Way, Big Indian, from Dara Barr with Keller Williams Upstate NY.
Rental by Owner