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In the Season 2 premiere, Pete builds an adventure-theme two-story structure overlooking a gorge in Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains that features suspension bridges, a rock-climbing wall and a sleeping loft, as well as a tribute to the family's grandmother (more…)
A butterfly-theme sanctuary that incorporates maple, cherry, tulip and beech trees, and features a 400-square-foot deck and a jungle gym, is built for an Ohio organization that provides grief services to people who have lost loved ones.
An author reared in Kenya requests an African-style circular hut at his home in Washington state, so Pete builds a thatched-roof structure out of cedar, and adds a spiral staircase to an aerial walkway that features a tribute to a beloved family pet.
A Texas dad wants a man cave where he can bond with his first grandson, so Pete uses three oak trees to build an 800-square-foot space that sleeps five and is equipped with a bathroom, kitchen and cigar humidor, and an exterior deck with a meat smoker.
A Scottish couple in Tulsa who are avid gardeners ask for a treetop cottage that honors their heritage, so in addition to tartan curtains, Pete adds floral-theme decorative railings, hanging flower baskets and storage space for gardening tools.
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- Premiered: May 31, 2013
- Rating: TV-PG
- Premise: Tree-house designer Pete Nelson builds arboreal getaways that are large and ornate or small and simple in this series. (more)
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