High-end campground or luxury family retreat? A nature lover’s property with futuristic “treehouses” is on the market in Healdsburg for a cool $3.5 million.

The 40-acre property was envisioned as a restorative retreat with architecturally intriguing cabins centered within madrone forest. The chic contemporary design re-envisions the “treehouse” with a network of elevated sleeping lodges, tents and living spaces united by boardwalks.

The compound was designed by Berkeley-based architect Douglas Burnham. It features minimalist chic cottages with Nana windows/doors that retract to unite indoor living spaces with expansive decks outdoors. There are three luxury sleeping cottages with private baths and exterior showers, a six-person bunkhouse and glamping tents on elevated platforms. Unifying the campus is a communal living cabin with a theater projection screen and a gourmet kitchen cabin with a Wolf gas stove and SubZero refrigerator.

If that’s not enough the estate comes with hiking trails, a saltwater pool, in-ground trampoline, gas fire pit, cedar hot tub and cedar cold plunge.

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The Healdsburg ‘Forest Home’ is listed by Sheri Morgensen and Jessica Wynne of Sotheby’s International Realty – San Francisco Brokerage inquire for address.