Country Star Zac Brown Recruits Pete Nelson to Build a Treehouse when "Treehouse Masters" Returns

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03 July 2016
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Treehouse Masters
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"Treehouse Masters"
Season Premiere Friday, July 8 at 10 PM ET/PT on Animal Planet

          Animal Planet’s series, “TREEHOUSE MASTERS,” returns with eight all-new episodes as tree whisperer Pete Nelson and his team of expert craftsmen build spectacular sanctuaries in the skies that continue to amaze and delight.

          From building an adventure headquarters for Pete’s globe-trotting friends in Washington State, to a French-inspired restaurant that allows customers to dine in the treetops of Texas, to a whimsical Swiss Family Robinson inspired treehouse getaway in Michigan, the latest season brings on new and exciting build challenges for Pete and his team. The crew also takes on their biggest treehouse to date when Grammy Award-winning artist Zac Brown enlists their help to construct a country-rock treehouse for Brown’s passion project, Camp Southern Ground, located in Georgia.

          In the premiere episode, "Treehouse Point 2.0!," Pete and his family gear up to expand their treehouse empire on 23-acres of forest wonderland with a new Washington resort and spa that will entice visitors to experience arboreal magic. Diving into this family dream, Pete looks to his son Charlie to oversee the project as construction of the next addition to Treehouse Point kicks off and builds an incredible treehouse homebase for him to live in fulltime.

 

          Often described as a tree whisperer by his clients, colleagues and contemporaries, Pete Nelson dedicates his life granting people’s dreams of turning peaceful nooks in nature into the ultimate escapes. Nelson and his team execute the most outrageous treehouses designed to delight every whimsy, form and function. Whether he’s contriving magnificent multi-bedroom treehouses with state-of-the-art kitchens and bathrooms or rendering simpler, peaceful one-room escapes, Nelson always goes out on a limb to create the most breathtaking treehouses with spectacular vistas.
 
 
 

 
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