Did we mention it has water views?

By Katie Holdefehr
December 18, 2017

If you follow Zillow, you already know it’s a go-to site to peek inside the most incredible homes, whether it’s a shipping container tiny home or Audrey Hepburn’s former residence. Each week, the site features a new house worthy of our admiration on Zillow Porchlight, and at the end of the year, the property with the most votes is crowned the House of the Year. The 2017 winner was recently announced, and this stunning five-story treehouse is upping the bar for #homegoals.

Located on Bainbridge Island, just outside of Seattle, Washington, this three-bedroom, four-bathroom house was built in 1978, and it features lots of reclaimed wood and accents salvaged from ships. Part treehouse, part ship, it combines two fantasy homes into one. When Zillow originally toured the property, it was the home of architect and designer Jason McLennan, but the house was sold for $875,000 this past summer. Take a mini tour of the dream home, below.

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