The Skateboarder’s Dream Tree House

In case you needed any more reason for jealousy, there’s also a hot tub.

Foster Huntington is living the ultimate childhood fantasy. He had a promising career in NYC’s fast-paced fashion community, but left it behind to live in the trees. And this is not some run of the mill, prefab play-set tree house.

Over the past 12 months, a crew worked tirelessly to create this architectural marvel, complete with a hot tub, a skate bowl, two buildings, and a bridge connecting it all like a mythical sky dwelling. Located in picturesque Washougal, Washington, the property features breathtaking views that make a case for leaving city life behind.

And though Huntington has been out of the New York scene for some time, he’s kept busy as a social media consultant for Patagonia, prominent blogger, as well as creating The Cinder Cone, a book that will document the process of the houses’ construction.

The Cinder Cone from Farm League on Vimeo.

Should you want even more diverting excursions, give him a follow on Instagram as well.