Want to keep the kids occupied this summer? Or just a big kid yourself? One of these treehouses attached to homes currently for sale on Zoopla could be just the ticket.

Six-bedroom detached house in Wattisfield, Diss, Norfolk, for £799,995

This country house comes with an enchanting treehouse nestled among its immaculate gardens (see image 24). And with oak flooring and exposed beams, there’s plenty of wood inside the property too. But perhaps its most idyllic feature is last month’s £75,000 price cut.

Available via David Burr

Camouflage treehouse in Staincross, Barnsley

Four-bedroom semi-detached house in Staincross, Barnsley, South Yorkshire for £250,000

This pristine lawn and camouflaged treehouse belongs to a extra-large semi-detached home for sale in Barnsley. It comes with a living room, separate family room and converted loft space.

Available via William H Brown

Treehouse with rope bridge in Matford

Four-bedroom detached bungalow in Matford, Exeter, Devon, for £485,000

With a rope bridge, two slides and Wendy house, the treehouse in the Exeter bungalow is a real cut above. The home itself is set 1.6 acres with stunning views of the Devonshire countryside.

Available via Smart Estate Agent

Treehouse with upper deck in Pontefract

Four-bedroom detached house in Pontefract, West Yorkshire, for £375,000

The garden belonging to this detached four-bedroom cottage comes with an impressive treehouse with its very own upper deck, while Pontefract castle – albeit currently clad with scaffolding – makes for an unusual backdrop.

Available via William H Brown

Five-bedroom detached house in Bathford, Bath, for £850,000

The traditional treehouse (see image 18) complete with rope ladders and a tyre swing, sits within the wrap-around gardens of this quirky five-bedroom bungalow in Bath. The eco-friendly property offers solar panels and a heat recovery system.

Available via Pritchards

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