The Tree House II via The Modern House

Welcome to our weekend property digest, where we bring together the best houses for sale (or rent) that we’ve unearthed across the world. This week, we bring you three ‘treehouse’ properties and a jaw-dropping warehouse conversion in Sydney.

The Willow Treehouse in New York, USA


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Sleeps 2; £271 per night via Airbnb

Get lost in the wild at this timber-lined cabin near Woodstock. The Willow Treehouse is a couple’s retreat set within 34 acres of unspoiled woodland where guests can take a dip in the swimming pond or relax in the hot tub.

A midcentury ‘treehouse’ in Los Angeles, USA

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2 bedrooms; $1.75m via Compass

John Kewell designed this 1950s ‘treehouse’ home for landscape architect Bill Davies. It perches on its hillside plot with the Hollywood sign visible from its huge floor-to-ceiling windows. Timber walls add a rustic vibe, while interiors tumble out onto secluded decks. Take a closer look.

An award-winning warehouse conversion in Sydney, Australia

3 bedrooms; AUD $4m via BresicWhitney

Dramatic volumes await inside this Annandale warehouse conversion by SQ Projects. It features a soaring saw-tooth roof, sandblasted brick walls and raw concrete floors. Rooms fold off a leafy courtyard and deck area, with bedrooms on the upper floor. It’s headed for auction on 16 March – take a look around. 

A warehouse loft in Paris, France


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1 bedroom; €1,575,000 via  Espaces Atypiques

This architect-designed loft can be found in a converted warehouse in the heart of Paris’ Belleville district. A bedroom cube has been inserted into the space with a mezzanine level reading nook set above to make the most of the Parisian apartment’s double-height ceilings.

The Tree House II, London, UK


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4 bedrooms; £1.695m via The Modern house

The façade of this London house by McChesney Architects has been clad in opaque black glass to blend with its environment, reflecting the sky, trees and gardens that surround it.

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