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Treehouse Masters season 4 episodes list:
A 500 square-foot ski lodge treehouse with a stainless steel candy kitchen and wine bar, 11 feet in the air and among 14 camphor trees is the gift Santa Pete wants to give the candy and wine making Splinter family of Northern California.
A couple who live in a one-room yurt in Portland, Maine, want a space for entertaining, so Pete builds them a tree house 19 feet high that features a rooftop crow's nest, a copper roof and a wall of windows that offers scenic New England views.
A Seattle couple want a space for meditation, so Pete uses a pair of maples to build a tree house 20 feet high that features curved walls and views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains, as well as three flights of animal-friendly stairs.
Pete and his team undertake a sticky challenge and reinvent the classic single-tree treehouse; constructing a magnificent and whimsical beehive-like structure soaring 30-feet high in a majestic Douglas fir.
Join Pete on an adventure in Germany with two renowned treehouse builders - Christopher Richter, a former student, and Andreas Wenning, one of the world's most celebrated treehouse architects - as they tour Deutschland and every treehouse they can find!
In Kentucky, Pete creates a treehouse with 17-foot-high ceilings and open-frame timber rafters, allowing a couple with a love of tree-climbing to harness up and dangle from both inside and out.
A fun and zany behind the scenes look at the show with some of Pete's favorite, never-before-seen moments.
Captain Pete and his band of scurvy scallywags prepare to hoist a 20-foot high build of treehouse treasure on the Pacific Coast, complete with a 50 ft rope bridge, heated floors and hidden compartments; it's a pirate's life for Pete, YO HO!
Pete heads to Louisiana to build his biggest treehouse ever; a record-breaking, 1200 sq ft, tree village features 3 separate levels and a 70 ft bridge that connects to a platform set in a trio of nearby trees.
On this special episode Pete and the NTS crew build the “Ultimate Treehouse” for the lucky winner of the Ultimate Treehouse Giveaway.