‘Tree house’ takes on new meaning with massive Pismo Beach property up for sale

For the low, low price of $3.8 million, you too can live in a treehouse near the beach on California’s Central Coast.

Call it a childhood dream: being able to take-up residence in a life-sized treehouse.

Zillow Gone Wild, the social media account renowned for hunting down bizarre properties on the real estate listing website, discovered that a treehouse can take on a double meaning.


That proved especially true on a sprawling, 6.69-acre beach estate in Pismo Beach. The property, located north of Highway 101, features a one bedroom, one bathroom house with a live oak tree snaking through its structure.

The property also features four other living units, per an agent listing:

  • A main house with two bedrooms, one and a quarter baths
  • A large museum with a studio and one bedroom apartment
  • A carriage house with a two bedroom apartment
  • A studio apartment-with two car garage

The home, built in 1966, was listed at $3.8 million more than a month ago, per Multiple Listing Service records.

To view the full listing of the home, located at 765 Price Canyon Road in Pismo Beach, click here.

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