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Treehouse Masters season 8←Treehouse Masters season 7 Treehouse Masters season 9→
Treehouse Masters season 8 episodes list:
Pete and his merry men trek to the Blue Ridge Mountains to build a treehouse for one of their own: carpenter Mike Reynolds. Sitting 16 feet high, it will be the perfect rustic guesthouse to host friends and family.
Pete journeys to the pine-forested splendor of Scandinavia to explore Norway's magical TreeTop Hotel and Sweden's floating Treehotel, with tree homes suspended by cables and accessed only by retractable ladders.
Pete and NTS build a tree house for the For-Mar Nature Preserve just outside Flint, Mich.; the 5-platform nature headquarters serves as a positive addition to a community still reeling from the water crisis that began in 2014.
Pete treks to New York's Catskill Mountains to build his first glass house in the sky; piecing materials together like a puzzle, Pete uses his clients' collection of 50 vintage windows to construct an elegant tree house encased by walls of glass.
Pete pushes his design skills to create an owl-inspired tree house library in Charlotte, N.C.; evoking the face of the bird and using all sorts of curves, including rounded walls and semi-circle bookcases, the crew builds a one-of-a-kind masterpiece.
Pete surprises two lucky winners to receive complete, top-to-bottom, $20,000 renovations of their existing tree houses, giving old, rundown childhood structures much needed repairs, remodels and complete makeovers.
Pete takes on his first international tree house in Norway; working alongside a local builder named Frode, the one-of-a-kind, 24-foot-high retreat accommodates eight and allows for stunning views of the nearby lake.
Pete and his gang ride out to the Lone Star State to build a double-decker hideout in Texas Hill Country; Pete creates rustic perfection in six live oak trees with a saloon-style first floor for sippin' sarsaparilla and a glass floor for views below.
The NTS team leave their tents behind and head to New Jersey to build a campers' retreat for an outdoor-loving couple; with a screened-in porch, floating barbecue deck and cozy hanging bed, this Adirondack style tree-cabin puts glamping in the trees.
Getting lost in the forest for some behind-the-scenes fun with tree house master Pete Nelson as he uncovers never-before-seen footage, bloopers and loads of extra tree house tours, including a new peek inside Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s arboreal escape.
Pete descends upon western Washington to make a tree house for action and relaxation; with a 55-foot-long bouncy-bridge entryway into a 20-foot-high structure and a zip line that travels through the forest, this tree house generates non-stop thrills.
Pete and his team descend upon Virginia for the first time to bring the tree house revolution to Bella Rose Plantation; drawing on the architectural innovations of Thomas Jefferson, Pete designs a luxurious two-story tree house with colonial columns.
Two retirees get a retreat on their 100-acre Wisconsin farm; Pete builds a barnlike birdhouse with three separate pods -- an art studio, an office and a lounge -- complete with a screened-in porch and a deck overlooking their stable of alpacas.