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Often described as a tree whisperer by his clients, colleagues and contemporaries, Pete Nelson dedicates his life granting people's dreams of turning peaceful nooks in nature into the ultimate escapes. In Treehouse Masters, Nelson and his team execute the most outrageous treehouses designed to delight every whimsy, form and function. Whether he's contriving magnificent multi-bedroom treehouses with state-of-the-art kitchens and bathrooms or rendering simpler, peaceful one-room escapes, Nelson always goes out on a limb to create the most breathtaking treehouses with spectacular vistas.
Pete heads to Dogwood Canyon, a 10,000 acre nature preserve in Missouri. Despite a tight Christmas deadline, Pete and his team create a two-story, hands-on learning haven with a giant copper-topped turret that can endure thousands of visitors.
Pete and the crew head down to Leakey, TX to build a colossal, Texas-sized treehouse. He rounds-up "the magnificent seven" of cypresses alongside the banks of the Frio River and builds a treehouse with the longest bridge in NT&S history.
Pete and his team embark on a quest to an idyllic farm in Waxhaw, NC with orders to craft an elegant English retreat with a hanging bed fit for a queen. But ghosts might stand in the way of Pete and his holy grail of pastoral treehouse builds.
Pete connects with old friends in Canton, NC to build them Zen-like sanctuary in the trees. Battling a record-fast 9-day build window, the team stays calm in constructing a retreat 15-ft high with a picture perfect view of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Pete and his crew gather 'round the campfire to answer questions from fans, and recall the most magnificent builds, heartwarming memories, and downright ridiculous moments they've enjoyed in the world of treehouses.
Pete designs a ski chalet treehouse that glistens as bright as the freshest powder atop a black diamond run! The 20-ft high winter retreat comes complete with a secret bedroom and a double-sided fireplace to keep guests warm both inside and out.
Pete passes the torch to Roderick to tackle a build on land with six generations of history. A whimsical staircase wrapped in branches leads up to a hexagonal tower with colorful stained glass windows, and a platform that boasts 360-degree views.
Pete goes commando for a treehouse build for clients passionate for competition and survivalist games. Set in a grove of 10 hackberry trees, Pete designs a camouflage structure with a luxurious interior that could pamper any hardened champion.
Equipped with a 205-foot zipline entrance through the trees, Pete and his team work modern magic in Georgia to build a treehouse that breaks all the rules! Pete makes a pit stop at Dale Earnhardt Jr's to see the racing legend's very own treehouse.
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