Most of you know about the world-famous Horace Burgess Treehouse which, for many years was an attraction that brought people off the Interstate along Cook Road to Beehive Lane. Well Horace is selling the treehouse and all the land that goes with it.
The treehouse stands at 97 feet tall and is built on an 80-foot tall White Oak tree with a 12-foot diameter base. The tree house became too much of an attraction in 2012 and was closed by the Tennessee State Fire Marshal for fire code violations over the protests of many local residents and Mr. Burgess…since there are no building codes for ‘treehouse’. Currently, any visitors to the treehouse who are caught on the property face criminal trespass charges.
*World’s Largest Treehouse & secluded 139 acre Farm* Location Location Location! 5 minutes from I-40. One hour commute to Knoxville or Chattanooga… 2 hour commute to Nashville… 5 acre (deep volume water reservoir on mountaintop) fully stocked spring fed lake. 75 acres of timber & lower ridge full of field stone (everyone’s landscaping dream!) 25 + acres of fenced fields for animals with 4 stall barn & full size hayloft above. 2 smaller watering ponds for livestock in back of property. Seasonal spring time waterfall on back side of property running into another small spring fed stocked watering pond. Riding trails all over property. Perfect for horses or four wheelers. Deer and turkey abound! Own a piece of History! Old Walton Ridge road can still be seen. Native American site and