There’s always a great interest in the places that aren’t found, or the little gems that are lesser known. The HemLoft is a sweet oval shaped treehouse that is built within the branches of some Canadian trees on a piece of property that was not approved or known about for years.
Built by Joel Allen in Whistler, B.C., this home is a great addition to the expensive plots of land in this beautiful setting. Utilizing free materials from Craigslist and taking the time to find the tree that was just right– this space sits just below some of the most wealthy homes in the area.
The structure itself is a feat of its own, but if you read the story of this tree-perched loft space you’ll see that the road traveled is one full of adventure and risk.