Unique Woodland House! Have you ever wanted to have a tree house perched under a natural canopy? Landscape designed by W. Gary Smith, this 2.5 acre forest journey is a rare find with tended native species such as may apples, phlox, foam flower and oak leaf hydrangeas in deep woodland vistas. The house was custom built by DelTec Homes in 1993, who are best known for creating mountain retreats in North Carolina. The 2,548 sqft home consists of two tetradecagonal (14 sided) living quarters connected by a center hallway. Super strong, with no interior load bearing walls! On one side is an open living room dining room area with wide windows letting in lots of sunshine with an extraordinary view. Behind the center wall is the open kitchen with lightly stained maple cabinets. The flooring is broad plank yellow pine and the abundent light really brings out their natural shine! The other side has a den, two bedrooms, two full baths and a laundry room. The den has a highly efficient wood stove, which nicely compliments the house~s dual geothermal heating units. The two bedrooms are good sized, one with a built in Murphy Bed, and separate full baths in between. The back deck wraps around a large maple and looks back into the woods. The property is near the White Clay Creek State Park and is just a short drive down Route 896 to the University of Delaware. Within commuting distance to Aberdeen, Wilmington, or an hour~s drive on I-95 to Baltimore and Philadelphia.