Treehouses. People want to stay in treehouses.
Airbnb, the online home rental site, recently released its top wish-listed destinations and properties, and treehouses were at the top.
As Airbnb put it: "A penchant for fantasy is evident when examining the most Wish-Listed properties by type. The adventure of an outdoor treehouse is by far the most popular type of property on Wish Lists."
At the top of those desired treehouses is one in Atlanta, based on the frequency that active listings appear on people's wish lists.
Hidden away in the affluent uptown district of Buckhead, there are three connected treehouse rooms that rent for $350-$400 a night, with a two-night minimum.
The living room, bedroom and deck are connected by rope bridges. The bathroom is a 30-second walk to the main house.
As of mid-January, the first vacancy, according to the Airbnb listing, is in March.
Airbnb's top destination on its wish list is also in Georgia.
Savannah is the top U.S. destination and No. 3 worldwide among "markets with highest percent of listings that have appeared on at least one wishlist with at least 200 currently active listings."
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