Peter Bahouth’s Buckhead tree house is an ode to the rough-hewn hideout he had as a kid. But Bahouth’s tree house is built for grown-ups. Made with spare lumber, it’s actually three structures that span seven trees, and it boasts a hotel-quality mattress, high-thread-count sheets, and a leather chair. So, old school and new school. And you can rent it on Airbnb. Girls allowed.
This article originally appeared in our June 2016 issue.
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