Even for those already living the highlife, owning one of these luxury tree houses would be a real tree-t.
At £250,000 each, these fairytale treetop palaces are the latest in a global trend for bespoke garden living, claims their English designer.
They include a James Bond style safe-house with CCTV and biometric security systems, fairytale castles and forest-getaways for home county executives.
Director Simon Payne, 33, of Tunbridge Wells-based luxury tree house company, Blue Forest, has helped both children and adults create their Robin Hood Prince of Thieves-style forest kingdoms.
'It’s been tough economically for the country,' said Simon. 'But we are finding that private clients at the top-end of the market can still afford luxury.
'Many of our clients are wealthy CEO’s and celebrities who want to make the most of their secluded gardens.
'When we started our business seven years ago our work centred on tree houses designed for children to play in.
'Now we are increasingly finding that it’s big kids who want a place to retreat to and play in.'
Blue Forest is a family business run by Simon and his brother, Andy.
The brothers grew up in Kenya and their designs are directly inspired by the tree house structures and lodges they encountered in the East African country.
Simon’s tree house design for a private estate in Greece was so high-tech it included the very latest in fingerprint recognition, a bespoke video security system covering each entrance as well as a kitchen, wet room and large living area with plasma television and an array of games consoles.