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Treehouse fan challenges county rules

Pete Nelson rents out this treehouse, a cedar version of Greece’s Parthenon, as a unique romantic getaway. He plans to build more treehouses on his property off Preston-Fall City Road if King County decides to exempt treehouses from riverside development regulations. - Denise Miller / Snoqualmie Valley Record
Pete Nelson rents out this treehouse, a cedar version of Greece’s Parthenon, as a unique romantic getaway. He plans to build more treehouses on his property off Preston-Fall City Road if King County decides to exempt treehouses from riverside development regulations.
— image credit: Denise Miller / Snoqualmie Valley Record

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