It’s yet to be built, but this Gloucestershire house-on-stilts is a fresh take on the traditional treehouse.
The countryside property – designed by passivhaus specialists Hawkes Architecture – is set for a plot in the tiny village of Ewan near Cirencester and will be spread across one long level, with rooms framed by glass walls. A master bedroom and study bookend the treehouse home, both of which are set in circular spaces that give 360-degree views of the site’s seven acres of woodland.
Its connection with nature is further emphasised in the kitchen, which has a huge circular skylight.
Planning permission for the Gloucestershire treehouse – on the market with Savills for £1m – has already been approved, meaning would-be owners could start construction as soon as the ink dries on the contract…
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