Every child dreams of living in a treehouse. Lincoln and Sullivan Scott of Dallas, Texas are two lucky fellows who have their own, private treehouse in their backyard. Their grandparents thought of building an incredible treehouse for their grandkids around nine years ago. For the same, they approached their architect friend James Curvan to design and build the whimsical treehouse in their backyard in a pecan tree.
The 100 square feet treehouse was completed in three months of time and over the years, many changes and upgrades were made to suit the kids’ needs and liking. The elaborate treehouse features two exterior decks, two sleeping lofts, suspension footbridge, a zipline and a crow’s nest. The inside of the treehouse enjoys vintage décor and furniture.
Since Lincoln and Sullivan Scott are grownups now, the Wakefields have now opened their treehouse for the neighborhood kids.