Houston just became the home of one of the coolest homes in Texas

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Nestled in the heart of Houston's First Ward Arts District is a unique rental property: a two-bedroom, three-bathroom treehouse built around a 200-year-old pecan tree. The ultra-modern home offers guests a chance to experience the best of both worlds: the convenience of city living with the tranquility of nature.
 
The home is made of rusted steel and glass, and its U-shaped design wraps around the tree, creating a sense of intimacy and connection with nature. The interior of the home is just as impressive, with soaring ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and high-end finishes. The chef's kitchen features Miele appliances, and the spa-like bathrooms have Cararra marble and high-end fixtures.
 
The rental home is located on a quiet street in the First Ward Arts District, a vibrant neighborhood known for its galleries, studios, and restaurants. Guests are just a short walk from some of Houston's best cultural attractions, including the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, the Project Row Houses, and the Beer Can House.
 
The treehouse is available to rent for short stays, and it's a perfect choice for couples, families, or small groups looking for a unique and memorable vacation experience. Here are just a few of the things you can enjoy during your stay:
  • Relax on the treehouse's wraparound deck and soak up the views of the surrounding neighborhood.
  • Enjoy a romantic dinner for two in the treehouse's cozy dining area.
  • Take a walk through the First Ward Arts District and explore the galleries, studios, and restaurants.
  • Visit the nearby Houston Center for Contemporary Craft or the Project Row Houses.
  • Take a day trip to Galveston Island, just 45 minutes away.
For renters looking for a truly unique and unforgettable vacation experience, the rental tree house in Houston's First Ward Arts District is the perfect place.

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