Dream home
Quirky Weston Treehouse

Weston Tree House located in a serene location can be yours for $550,000

It’s a dream many of us cherish – to escape to a primitive location and live in Mother Nature’s lap for some time. Well, something like this residence located at 24 Fern Valley Road above the tributary of Saugatuck River in Weston, Connecticut makes your dream come true. Known as the ‘Treehouse’ it is designed with sharp angles and has a geometric shape. Moreover, it is structured on a two-acre lot along a private road that is surrounded by wildlife.

The owners of this magnificent tree home are Bill and Cevilla Kommel, and they bought it as a summer house. But once they started enjoying the serenity, they have been visiting it every weekend for nearly 30 years now. They escape their Manhattan apartment to enjoy summer afternoons on the rooftop of this house and have lunch with different species of birds surrounding them with their sweet chirping.  

 Treehouse was built in 1978 by two families, hence Kommel’s are the second owners of this wonderful retreat. Interiors of the house are divided into different floors, and are very well connected by zigzag staircase. The main level of this home consist of two bedrooms and a bathroom, while the upper section has an open living area and a kitchen.

Skewed rooftops on the upper level feature one large skylight that floods the room with natural light during day time. Large beams are fixed together with the help of steel bolts that makes this hideout structurally strong. Basement of the Treehouse serves the dwellers as a recreation room that can be used as an additional bedroom when the situation demands. It’s ground level opens to a pool outside offering its dewellers mesmezring view of the wilderness.

Since age is taking a toll on Kommel’s, they have decided to let go of their prized property for a price tag of $550,000. They have planned to live the rest of their lives in Manhattan. According to Bill Kommel, “I’ll miss the whole house.”

 Quirky Weston Treehouse

Entrance of the quirky Weston Treehouse

 Quirky Weston Treehouse

Build in a quiet primitive location 

 Quirky Weston Treehouse

Zig-Zag staircase connecting different levels 

 Quirky Weston Treehouse

Modern kitchen with all the facilities 

 Quirky Weston Treehouse

Upper level of this house

 Quirky Weston Treehouse

Windows for the ample inlet of natural light

 Quirky Weston Treehouse

Large beams are fixed together with the help of steel bolts

 Quirky Weston Treehouse

Wooden beams for structural strength

 Quirky Weston Treehouse

Large skylight that floods the room with natural light during day time

 Quirky Weston Treehouse

Scenic view from the bedroom

 Quirky Weston Treehouse

Sitting area for relaxing and enjoying natural view

 Quirky Weston Treehouse

Firepit area to enjoy chilling winters 

 Quirky Weston Treehouse

Natural outside pool 

 Quirky Weston Treehouse

Tributary of the Saugatuck Rive

 Quirky Weston Treehouse

This dream home is located above the tributary of Saugatuck Rive

 Quirky Weston Treehouse

Weston Treehouse of Kommel’s 1978

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