You may not be able to book a night in this Airbnb treehouse in the city of Atlanta, the #1 wished-for property in the world. But you can take a tour.
Former environmental advocate Peter Bahouth built the three-part treehouse 19 years ago, then started renting it about four years ago. The income supports his work as an artist.
“I get a lot of joy from seeing people out here and enjoying themselves,” he said. “People really love it when they can go to a place like this. It’s a simple response to a crazy and complicated world.”
For more on the treehouse, visit “Tour the #1 Wished-For Airbnb in the World.“
I want to stay there. So cool.
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