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Stinson Beach Home With Tiny Treehouse Asks $2.9 Million

Though this abode by the beach has a lot to offer in terms of tranquility and adorability, its accompanying treehouse fulfills every childhood arboreal dream.

Tucked away on a cul-de-sac in Stinson Beach, 14 Francisco Patio is just over 30 minutes away by car from San Francisco (an average Muni ride to the Sunset, if you will). This two bedroom, two bath place comes in at 1,358 square feet. Built in 1937 and renovated in 2009, it features hardwood floors and woodwork throughout, as well as a fireplace, two-car garage, cathedral ceilings, and updated kitchen and bathrooms.

The master suite boasts an elevated bed (which we love), as well as a secluded patio in the backyard smack dab on the beach.

Now to the treehouse, the dessert to the 14 Francisco Patio's dinner. Designed by the house's former owner, it was created for the two young children who used to live here.

"The former owners had two young kids and they wanted something really fun for them to play in, so they made this elaborate treehouse with views of the Pacific Ocean," says relator Butch Haze. "It's probably one of the most expensive treehouse in the country."

The home lands on the market for $2,995,000.