What you are about to see may cause full-blown, borderline-adult-temper-tantrum levels of FOMO. It might make you want to quit your job and brainstorm ways to make a living as a pool boy, or island-hopping ice cream scooper, or anything that could let you ditch your day-to-day troubles and spend every day in this mansion of a treehouse in Mexico. You've been warned.
At Punta Sayulita in Riviera Nayarit Mexico, there's a series of treehouses that are nothing like the ones you grew up with. Beyond the obviously lack of a "He Man Woman Haters" club sign, these homes are more like foliage-skimming mansions. Each one features three to four bedrooms, a pool, jacuzzi, laundry room, and multiple terraces, for doing some balcony stargazing, of course.
But the truly impressive feature is the open kitchen, with its granite island — featuring bar seating for four, so your friends can watch you fry up plantains or whip up a killer omelette (because who doesn't want an Iron Chef-style audience as they cook?) — and massive pantry, so you can stock up enough that you won't have to haul groceries up and down said treehouse. That, we imagine, would get old real fast. (Although it's worth noting the company's concierge will actually stock your pantry for you, so you don't have to ever hit up the supermarket again, if you don't want to — and if you can afford that sort of thing.)
The kitchen is connected to the dining room, and both spaces have glass doors that can be retracted, so you can truly get some fresh air. And live out your Swiss Family Robinson-meets-George of The Jungle dreams to the most A-list level possible.
There's also a fire pit overlooking the Pacific Ocean, where you could roast s'mores — or just unwind with a glass of vino, without having to tote a wine purse to the beach, like the rest of us.
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