Inside a remote House That Soars Above the San Juan Island

By Mady dahlstrom, Porch.com Content Editor (ForbesLife)

Perched high up on a mountain, blending in with the cedar trees and wildlife of the Pacific Northwest, a tree fort made of rusty steel frames and concrete walls floats above the undisturbed mountainside belonging to the San Juan Islands in Washington State. Only reachable by plane or boat, this mountain vacation home is one of the most remote homes in America. A Seattle family fell in love with this unique 11-acre Buck Mountain location, struck by the scene of breathtaking views and the emotional sensation of feeling a million miles away from urbanity... read more

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