HOME & LIVING
04/04/2017 12:02 pm ET

Just Wait Until You See Inside This Towering 'Treehouse' Home

This "Falcon Nest" is high on style.
Behold Falcon Nest, a 10-story home for sale in Arizona.
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Behold Falcon Nest, a 10-story home for sale in Arizona.

Most of us can only dream of living or sleeping over in a treehouse. But for the future owner of this 10-story home in Prescott, Arizona, it’ll be an everyday reality.

Nicknamed the Falcon Nest, this place looks more like an industrial tower from the outside. But views of the surrounding mountains, peaks and buttes make its interior feel like the modern treetop abode of our dreams:

A hydraulic elevator lifts residents from the home's ground floor to its living space.
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A hydraulic elevator lifts residents from the home's ground floor to its living space.
The living room has a cozy fireplace and hanging lamps.
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The living room has a cozy fireplace and hanging lamps.
In the kitchen, residents can eat with a view of the Arizonian mountains.
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In the kitchen, residents can eat with a view of the Arizonian mountains.
Bedrooms feature plenty of natural light thanks to glass ceilings. 
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Bedrooms feature plenty of natural light thanks to glass ceilings. 

Falcon Nest was built in 1994. Phoenix-based architect Sukumar Pal designed it as a versatile tower that could be repurposed in the future as a ranger station, educational center or bed and breakfast. 

Its tower currently has three floors of living space, listing agent Frank Aazami told HuffPost. A hydraulic elevator lifts residents from the garage level to the three-bedroom, four-bathroom space with a spiral staircase, cozy fireplace and stunning glass ceilings.

The home was listed for sale in 2015, and underwent numerous price changes before its current asking price of $1.5 million was posted on March 8.

We’d gladly stop by for a tour.

The master bedroom is big on space.
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The master bedroom is big on space.
Here's a view from the 7th floor deck.
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Here's a view from the 7th floor deck.
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