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6 Must-See Forest Houses For Nature Lovers

6 Must-See Forest Houses For Nature Lovers

There is no better place than a forest that is rich in natural beauty and freshness.  The woodlands are not only good for your soul, but also has several health benefits. Perhaps, this is the reason why more and more people prefer to build their vacation homes in the lap of nature.

Also unlike earlier days, you no longer need to compromise your comfort and modernity to live in the forest, as life in these houses is more comfortable and luxurious than you’d ever have expected. These places feature all the required amenities such as modern furniture, stylish look, designer radiator, spacious bedrooms, open façade etc. making you feel as if you’re staying in a modish flat. Besides, these are some must-visit places if you wish to feel at ease amidst the beauty of mountains, forest and water bodies.

Well, here is a list of 6 wonderful places that you must definitely visit if you claim yourself to be a nature lover:

Gambier Island House, British Columbia

6 Must-See Forest Houses For Nature Lovers

This beautiful habitat situated above a protected cove is especially designed for a young Vancouver couple by McFarlane Green Biggar. The house looks stunning with its sliding door and glazed walls. One can easily have a look at the wide-spread green trees  all night long through its glass made walls.

One side of the house has wooden walls facing the forest while the other side has glass walls having a direct view of the freshwater cove below it.

Moose Road, California

6 Must-See Forest Houses For Nature Lovers

Moose road of California is designed by Mork-Ulnes architects and has a lantern-like look that can captivate any visitor’s heart.  The house does not have any negative impact on the environment because of its mind-blowing structure, meaning it has been built on steel stilts so that the roots of the oak tree in deep earth remain safe.

From one side of the house you get to see a beautiful view of high mountains while from the other side, you’ll be able to see the vineyard. The interior of the house (including walls, doors and built-in cabinetry) is simple, rustic and made of local plywood.

Crow’s Nest, California

6 Must-See Forest Houses For Nature Lovers

Located near Sugar Bowl Ski Resort in Norden, this beautiful place is designed by BVC Architecture + Interiors. The façade of the house has square windows that make an elegant statement to the entire place. The broad windows of the room are enriched with beamed ceiling frame making it look graceful and exceptionally attractive.

Tower House, New York

6 Must-See Forest Houses For Nature Lovers

Designed by Gluck+, the Tower House was built in the year 2012 in New York City. The place is built in the shape of letter T and looks like a tower, that’s why it’s called as Tower house. The walls of the house are made of glass and therefore reflect the greenery of forest, showing as if the house is painted in green colour. The height of the place is more than treetops and has an outstanding view of Catskill Park.

Board +Batten, Vermont

6 Must-See Forest Houses For Nature Lovers

Located in the heart of Vermont’s green mountain, the Board + Batten is designed by Birdseye architect. Set in the lap of nature, the place is a guest house, which anyone can visit and stay in. The interior of the home is made of red cedar accents, concrete floors and mid-century furnishing.  On the other hand, the exterior of the home has a modern and charming look with painted board, windows and mirror made of polished steel. Placed at the edge of the woodland, the house has a view to a private meadow near it.

Kiss House, Canada

6 Must-See Forest Houses For Nature Lovers

The Kiss house, designed by Lazor/ Office architect, is located above Rainy Lake in Canada. The house looks enormous in size with three bedrooms, a dock house and a garage. The interior of the house has driftwood inspired design and will make you feel as if you’re sitting amidst the beauty of landscape.

We hope that you loved the above described places and will surely visit them once. Also, the next time you plan to visit a natural site, make sure you’re adding at least one or two of these places in your list. More to the point, by staying in these comfortable, yet beautiful houses we’re sure that you will enjoy your time to the fullest!