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Lindsay Appel's beautiful photo of the treehouse folded into the bamboo forest.  This is the treehouse as you approach--during the day you won't be able to see much more than a vague outline.  It’s very private and remote and our herd of alpacas and llamas wander through the forest.
Lindsay Appel's beautiful photo of the treehouse folded into the bamboo forest.  This is the treehouse as you approach--during the day you won't be able to see much more than a vague outline.  It’s very private and remote and our herd of alpacas and llamas wander through the forest.
  • Lindsay Appel's gorgeous photo of our treehouse.  If you want to see more of our farm,grounds, properties, animals, please go to our new website. Alpacatreehouse. 

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  • Dali kissing Pete Nelson from Animal Planet’s Treehouse Masters.
  • Lindsay Appel's beautiful photo of the treehouse folded into the bamboo forest.  This is the treehouse as you approach--during the day you won't be able to see much more than a vague outline.  It’s very private and remote and our herd of alpacas and llamas wander through the forest.
  • Lindsay Appel's gorgeous photo of our treehouse soaring above the bamboo forest.  We are 15 in the air. Everyone always says that the photos “don’t do it justice.”
  • Our logo features Dali Llama, our No Drama Mama Llama.  We have tee shirts and mugs and wine glasses.  And now we have Figgy, our high drama mama llama rockstar Appaloosa.
  • Tiny treehouse wedding was magical and beautiful—we have become a go to for fairytale unique memorable weddings. Your guests won’t stop talking about the beauty.  Message for special rates.
  • Gorgeous intimate wedding at dusk in the treehouse.  We curate a lot of gorgeous diverse wedding. See more at our website:  Alpacatreehouse. Every wedding has had their individual stamp but there is something about the juxtaposition of folks in formalwear mingling with alpacas and llamas and walking through the tropical bamboo forest with our treehouse as the crown jewel....that is amazing. Add in a violinist’s aching notes or a solo saxophone and you are emotional before the vows.
  • Tiny treehouse wedding at dusk.  Say “I do” in the bamboo, on the illuminated stage of the treehouse. Shakespeare would be impressed at the visual beauty.
  • Sweetgrass Weddings put together a beautiful tiny wedding and reception underneath the treehouse.  We allow intimate catered dinners for 15 people or less under the treehouse starting at $1500 for use of the space.   For larger parties, ask about pricing on the Bamboo Barn.
  • Gorgeous photo taken by a treehouse guest.  We have fairy lights on both levels.
  • We were honored to spend the day filming with Pete Nelson, of Treehouse Masters' fame.  The show will air in July/August 2018 on Animal Planet and will be called: Ultimate Treehouses.  Pete is an amazing guy!
  • Dali Llama wraps her neck around her baby boy,  Prince Pogo Cassius. He was born on May 8, 2017 at 28 lbs.  At 8 months of age, he went to live at his new home at Wit's End Llama Consortium.
  • ABC Primetime tv show “Kevin Probably Saves the World” filmed in our bamboo forest.   We have been discovered by Hollywood and shoot tons of tv shows, commercials,online shows, rap, R&B, reggae, gospel videos.   Message us with your project, crew size, and hours and we will get you special rates. More pics and info at Alpacatreehouse on the web.
  • Imagine soaking this up. You could be in Bali, Hawaii, Laos. Vintage Victorian French doors, antiques, cedar trim, 1905 heart of pine church flooring, heat/air, a sleeping loft, and views of alpacas, llamas, and the bamboo forest.  This is your peace—but just minutes from great food and shopping and wine.
  • Featured on the cover of "Living" Magazine!  Beautiful article.  We have been honored with a ton of media.
  • Our new babies!  Mama Figgy with her son Opie. And her reluctantly adopted daughter alpaca Elfie Fay Von Picklesprite. Come hang with our herd of five alpacas and two very different llamas. All rescues.
  • This is our large expansive treehouse porch with a beautiful view of the bamboo forest.  Unwind as you listen to our specific birds and barred owls, sip a beverage and bond with your special someone. 
Photo by Lindsay Appel
  • Lindsay Appel's gorgeous shot inside the treehouse.  Our cedar ladder can be removed for wedding or video shoots and folds backwards to unfurl the queen sized sofa bed.
  • Treehouse lounging area and cedar ladder.  Our treehouse smells deliciously of fresh cedar.
  • View of the Northside of the treehouse with our large private Zen porch.  You'll feel like you're in Hawaii or Thailand.
  • We provide a 3 gallon vessel of fresh water with an enamelware basin for face washing and teeth brushing. We also have a full private, dedicated marble bathroom a short walk from the treehouse.
  • Guests attending Atlanta's Mart request their photo made on the treehouse wrap around deck. We love our business travelers. They say they leave rested and recharged.
  • Lindsay Appel's shot of the cozy memory foam mattress loft of the treehouse with views into the bamboo
  • Whatnot shelf and antique lamp.  Photo by Lindsay Appel
  • Lindsay Appel's shot of our cedar ladder and beautiful interior
  • Vic Bonvicini's beautiful wedding capture.  The treehouse is honored by people celebrating special occasions like weddings, engagements, anniversaries, and birthdays.
  • Dali the Llama strikes a pose by our barn built with vintage cedar, antique trim, and 1800s stained glass.  She's our resident "unicorn."
  • Our hefty antique oak entry door is from a 120- year old house that  used to belong to the Mayor of Atlanta.  Note the beautiful antique wavy glass in the treehouse lites.
  • Peering down from the sleeping loft to the wrap around deck through reclaimed Victorian doors and original hardware.
  • Lindsay Appel's photo of our South facing gable.
  • Lindsay Appel's shot of our magical bamboo forest. Everyone says they feel like they someplace exotic and tropical.
  • Lindsay Appel's shot of our antique treehouse brass hardware on the front door. With a glimpse into the jewel box.
  • The southside gable as seen from the queen sized memory foam bed in in the sleeping loft.  Late 1800s stained glass and a French door on its side.  We also have skylights in the ceiling so you can see the dancing bamboo.
  • View from sleeping loft through loads of vintage art glass.
  • View from the swinging rope Bali bed. You'll feel like you're someplace remote but you'll still have loads of great entertainment and restaurants right here in Atlanta.
  • Our beautiful sleeping loft features an aloe cool memory foam queen sized mattress (likened to a cloud), whisper soft high thread count sheets, down comforter, skylight and a large window with a private view of the bamboo forest.
  • Stout cedar newel posts and handrails make the upstairs loft safe and sound. Plumbing pipes on the ladder provide extra hand grips and a rustic utilitarian look. Our walls and ceilings are clad in multicolored ill-painted  beaded board salvaged from many old homes around Atlanta.
  • Our Suri alpacas graze in front of the Fig and lime trees.
  • This is the view through the sleeping loft skylight of the swaying bamboo and loads of birds.
  • Soapstone porch table we made with plumbing parts. The soapstone is reclaimed science lab stone counter top from Colgate Univ. from NY.
  • Alpacas frolicking in the bamboo right off the treehouse deck.
  • The antique oak breakfast table comes with four chairs and folds out.
  • Sleeping couch pulls out to a queen sized sofa bed and is very comfy.
  • Our full marble bath is a short walk from the treehouse and features a luxurious marble walk-in shower.
  • In the basement of our granite house is a dedicated private marble bathroom for the treehouse.
  • 1926 fireclay sink from Savannah GA with marble wainscoting and an antique oak Craftsman medicine cabinet.
  • Sunny Shevoun, a suri alpaca female who lives in the bamboo and her barn, and frolics below the treehouse. We have four female alpacas and one baby alpaca.  And two llamas.
  • Front treehouse facade boasts late 1800s Victorian stained glass from Ohio and vintage sidelights and French door. The siding is reclaimed from an old Atlanta home
  • West side with string lights and vintage French doors.
  • Beautiful large porch with view of bamboo forest. We have cedar trees on the corners of the treehouse.
  • Large private porch of the treehouse is ringed in bamboo. You'll feel like you're in Bali.
  • East side wrap around deck of the alpaca treehouse.
  • We have rare and endangered chickens and ducks a short walk from the treehouse.
  • Fridge and keurig coffee maker
  • View out of the sleeping loft. This is the North gabled window with a view of the 1871  reclaimed Georgia barn tin roofing
  • Live edge cedar stairs and cedar hand rails supported by black locust logs lead up into the treehouse.
  • Serene and relaxing front porch with surrounding views of the bamboo forest.
  • Composting water closet with stained glass and beautiful green marble subway tile.
  • South wall and cedar ladder
  • Bathroom French door to the marble bathroom
  • Antique oak table folds down into a tiny sliver if you'd like more room
  • Wash basin with potable water if you don't feel like going to the white marble bathroom.
  • Aloe memory foam mattress with high thread count sheets
  • Mugs and wine stems and recycled glass cobalt  glasses.
  • Front door was once on the Mayor of Atlanta's house.  It was the back door!
  • Decorative shelves made of cedar and plumbing pipes
  • Keurig coffee maker, glassware, and mini fridge.
  • Chicken coop and run
  • Wedding photography in the treehouse.  Photo by Vic Bonvincini.
  • French doors looking out to bamboo
  • Caitlin Tastee the suri alpaca on the antique brick stairs
  • Lindsay Appel's shot of our wrap around treehouse deck
  • Kara as a little girl in front of her treehouse built by her grandfather and father.
  • Our mini treehouse welcomes you to the big treehouse!
  • Organic vegetable garden
  • Lindsay Appel's photo of our post and beam treehouse structure
  • Lindsay Appell's gorgeous picture of the treehouse porch.
  • Regal Dali Llama
  • Little Pixie learning to nurse whilst wearing her elephant adorned cria coat.
  •  Photo of Crashy the critically endangered silver appleyard  duck  marches across the grounds.  Photo by Lindsay Appell.
  • Trey Songz filming his music video.
  • Shooting a music video with Trey Songz. Production lit up the bamboo with green lights.
  • Trey Songz films his music video at our Alpaca Treehouse.
  • Atlanta Alpaca Treehouse in the Bamboo Forest
  • Shooting Ultimate Treehouse episode for Animal Planet with Pete Nelson and Crew!
  • We love Pete Nelson of Treehouse Masters!
  • Guests getting a photo taken in the treehouse
  • Atlanta Alpaca Treehouse in the Bamboo Forest
  • The bamboo forest canopy
  • Atlanta Alpaca Treehouse in the Bamboo Forest
  • Gorgeous bride in the bamboo forest
  • Beautiful couple in the bamboo with guest chairs in the background
  • Beautiful bride
  • The wedding cake with a backdrop of fairy lights and the bamboo forest
  • The bride and groom head to the treehouse stairs
  • Sweet veterinarian guest with the herd
  • Intimate dinner underneath the treehouse was magical and incredibly private.
  • The babies playing back in the fountain courtyard.
  • Atlanta Alpaca Treehouse in the Bamboo Forest
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Lindsay Appel's beautiful photo of the treehouse folded into the bamboo forest. This is the treehouse as you approach--during the day you won't be able to see much more than a vague outline. It’s very private and remote and our herd of alpacas and llamas wander through the forest.