West Seattle scene: ‘Treehouse Masters’ on Beach Drive

Another TV/film crew is in West Seattle – if you’ve noticed the truck and portable restroom along Beach Drive, not far north of Lowman Beach Park, it’s for the Animal Planet show “Treehouse Masters.” We confirmed that with a crew member on scene, after a tip from Dr. Bryan Wiebe (of longtime WSB sponsor Fauntleroy Chiropractic). Turns out Athena and Laura were also discussing it on the WSB Facebook page. The crew member couldn’t go into detail, much less show us the “set,” but it seems they’re likely to be there a few days longer. The show’s built around East King County-based treehouse designer Pete Nelson, featured recently by The Seattle Times (WSB partner). His show is in its second season; we’ll keep watch for the West Seattle edition!

7 Replies to "West Seattle scene: 'Treehouse Masters' on Beach Drive"

  • celeste17 September 24, 2014 (10:48 pm)

    Actually he is in Fall City not Issaquah.

  • ACG September 24, 2014 (11:27 pm)

    I love that show!! Our family wishes we would win the lottery so he could build us a tricked out treehouse. Can’t wait to see the West Seattle edition.

  • Rick September 25, 2014 (1:21 am)

    My family wishes to win the lottery also, treehouse or no. If so,we’ll build you one tho’. Couldn’t resist.

  • Pete September 25, 2014 (6:14 am)

    Pete Nelson actually built three houses in Pigeon Point in 1999 including mine. He does live in Fall City with his family. He has a grouping of treehouses built there in Fall City that you can rent. Lots of information about this on his website.

  • bertha September 25, 2014 (6:32 am)

    Fall City, http://www.nelsontreehousesupply.com/

  • uhuh September 26, 2014 (2:04 pm)

    Fall City is next to Issaquah. Most people living in Fall City, say Issaquah for simplicity.

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