It’s not a secret that all children adore treehouses, but they can be different. Some of them are just standard, while others are epic and tremendous. Jay Hewitt is a handyman who knows pretty well how to create true masterpieces when building and designing incredible things for his grandchildren. All kids dream about such a grandfather!
Jay lives in Massachusetts, and he knows how to use his limitless creativity. His working experience as a skillful contractor allowed him to build an incredible treehouse that has 3 floors and its height reaches 40 feet. Surely, it’s a perfect present for his lucky grandchildren.
Hewitt has two grandchildren: his granddaughter is 4 years and his grandson is 5 years old. When they were born, he already decided that he would build a unique and perfect treehouse to please them and give the best playground. He claims that people will never see the treehouse that he built for his grandchildren, and he is right.
Jay has pleasant and good memories of placing in a treehouse from the childhood, but it was much smaller than this one. Basically, his treehouse was a simple and tiny plywood sheet, so he has always dreamed to create a perfect one, and his dream came true. Hewitt took his inspiration from the famous TV show. After watching Treehouse Master on Animal Planet, he decided to build something better and more remarkable than an average treehouse.
Now, his lucky and happy grandchildren are enjoying their advanced, massive, and improved treehouse. Actually, it looks just like a normal house where many people may want to live. Jay started its construction about 2 years ago.
It’s located in Hewitt’s backyard, and this construction is supported by a few maple trees. It’s interesting that he considers this treehouse a project in progress because its interior still requires some improvements that are already planned by Jay.
He wants to sell his property on Marbury Drive, but he will be more than happy to keep expanding this treehouse without the right buyer. Furthermore, Hewitt wants to build one more structure and it will be connected by a reliable rope bridge. His grandchildren are those people who hope that their grandfather will never sell this property because they like playing in their fantastic treehouse each time they visit him. The good news is that Ray wants to construct more massive treehouses in the future.