A new home for a few dozen people in the Washington area is set to go up for sale.
A group of locals in South Seattle recently bought a home in the community, and they’ve taken their treehouse concept to the next level with a tree house that can accommodate up to four people.
The tree house can be built as an extension of the home and has a lot of room to grow and adjust to the weather.
The Seattle-based company, TreeHouse.com, launched in August with a small team of builders and a community of volunteers.
The company says the tree house is more than just a temporary home.
It has an opportunity to build a community around the treehouse and to teach children the importance of community, said Jason Czajkowski, the company’s founder and chief executive.
The company has about 1,000 volunteers working on the project.
com is currently on a fundraising drive for the home.
The campaign, which runs through September 30, has raised more than $6,000, with most of the funds coming from a Kickstarter campaign, Czawksi said.
Treehouse.com has already raised more money for the project than it had all of last year.
Czawski says the goal is to build the treehome to the standards the community would expect, including a bathroom and kitchen.
It’s not clear when the treehouses will be up and running, or when they will be open to the public.
The home was designed by a Seattle architect named Eric Eppley, who says he learned from his father, a lumberman in Seattle, and his brother, a professional lumberjack.
Epply is a member of the Seattle Branch of the American Tree-House Association.
Eppley says the company has hired a woodworking teacher to teach the tree-house’s construction techniques.
He also says the woodworking company has built a 3-D printer for the tree.
Tree house is one of many projects being built by the Seattle-area TreeHouse community.
TreeHouse was founded in 2016 and is a volunteer-run organization, Czerwinski said.
Treehouse was founded by an anonymous group of people who wanted to build an affordable, sustainable home, and it is part of a larger effort to build affordable housing, he said.
Eggs are not the only food that the group has built for the community.
The group has a “family-friendly” food pantry, and the group hosts free weekly events to promote healthy eating and provide support to homeless people.
Czerwksi says TreeHouse is also using its website to make donations to help pay for the Treehouse.org campaign.
The site also provides a free e-newsletter to give residents the latest news and information about TreeHouse and TreeHouse events.
Czajksi hopes to expand TreeHouse’s reach in the future.
He’s planning to expand the group to include other localities and communities, and is hoping to build other treehouses and other community gardens in the area.