Welcome to the Tin Shed Treehouse! This is the most ambitious tree house project completed at The Mohicans! Named after the locally renowned Tin Shed Garden Cafe on Alberta Street in the Alberta Arts area of Portland, Oregon and home to the one of the owner's sons, this modern feel tree house brings the outside in with a full sized high end garage door on the back of the tree house and a one of a kind 100 foot extension bridge. Getting to the bridge includes climbing the 25 foot high spiral steel staircase which takes guests to the extension bridge that carries them out to the tree house. Feel the sway of the bridge as you cross! If you like a bit of a thrill, this tree house is for you.
The corrugated metal exterior coordinates the modern design with the natural feel. Lots of windows lets guests view the beautiful tree top canopy from all sides along with a full wrap around deck.
A kitchen filled with all the necessities and a comfy yet luxurious lounge area lets guests feel right at home in their tree top escape. The full bath is cozy but provides everything you need to freshen up including a shower with ceramic tile. The sleeping loft, accessible by ladder, has 2 queen beds with a spectacular eastern view so that guests can enjoy a gorgeous tree house sunrise, although getting out of the warm down comforters might make waking up difficult! But go ahead, take your time, you are in a tree house!
Please call for more information - 740-599-9030
What to Bring/Suggestions:
Kitchen - spices, ICE, aluminum foil, plastic wrap, ziploc bags, paper towels/napkins, garbage bags, specialty cooking items (roasters, blenders, etc.)
Bathroom - bath soap, shampoo/conditioner, extra toilet paper, blow dryer, although towels are provided, you may want to bring extra for outdoor activities.
Treehouse Fun Facts
On May 1st, 2012, The Mohicans began an exciting project with tree house designer and star of Discovery Channel's new series "Tree House Masters", Pete Nelson, and commenced building our first tree house -the White Oak. We have since completed a second Pete Nelson tree house which was featured on the show in June 2013. Click here to check out Little Red!