It’s not even technically a house, yet it’s the company’s most wish-listed property.

By Tamara Kraus
Updated July 19, 2017
Lindsay Appel via Airbnb

With Airbnb, the world is your oyster, so there are some pretty out-of-this world places you can stay. You’d think the most popular listing would be some magical castle far, far away, but instead, it’s a secluded treehouse in Atlanta, Georgia, according to the Today Show.

For $375 a night, you can sleep soundly in this hidden gem. The suite includes three different treehouses that are literally enclosed by trees. It’s the best of both worlds: you can get in touch with nature, but you’re just minutes from downtown Atlanta when you need to head to civilization for groceries or toiletries.

Peter Bahouth starting designing the Secluded Intown Treehouse 18 years ago, but never considered opening it up to the world. Now that he did, it’s certainly taking the Airbnb community by storm. The listing is so popular that it gets 300,000 site visits a month and 147,052 people save it to their Airbnb wish lists. Oh, and if you want to stay there, you’ll have to wait about a year on the wait list (May 2018 is just starting to open up).

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Each room has a theme depending on how you want to rejuvenate: one focuses on the mind, the other on the spirit, and the last on the body. Bahouth, who has an impressive resume as an environmentalist, offers a tour since so much work went into the masterpiece you’ll get the full experience since you’ve already made the trek out to the treehouse,

This is property is like an adult playground, giving our favorite childhood treehouse a serious upgrade. Consider your next vacation booked.