Pete Nelson, an American master treehouse builder, shared the secret to his inexplicable closeness with his wife and family in his profile.

Pete Nelson is well-known throughout the world as the host of the Animal Planet show Treehouse Masters. He is a best-selling author who wrote Treehouses: The Art and Craft of Living Out on a Limb, in addition to being a skilled craftsman and a bright TV personality. Pete Nelson is a co-founder of Treehouse Workshop and the owner of Nelson Treehouse and Supply in Seattle, Washington.

Pete Nelson’s Biography: Height, Age, Childhood, and Career

Pete Nelson was born on June 4, 1962, in Ridgewood, New Jersey. At the age of five, his father constructed him a tree fort outside their house’s garage, aroused his interest in treehouses. Pete received his bachelor’s degree from Colorado College in Colorado Springs and erected his first treehouse in his garden in 1987. He subsequently relocated to Washington State the following year, where he began his profession as a home builder and author of treehouse books.

Pete, who is 6’3″, wrote his first book, Treehouses: The Art and Craft of Living on a Limb, in 1994, which inspired him to create other books on the same subject. To date, the author has six published works to his name.

The 56-year-old builder didn’t stop at writing books and building houses; in 2006, he developed Treehouse Point in Seattle, which is entirely made up of treehouses. He also starred in the Treehouse Masters documentary series, which aired in 2013.

Pete Nelson has a sizable net worth

The expert treehouse builder is said to have a net worth of $3 million, according to sources. Pete has made a successful business out of his passion for building treehouses. Pete’s designs range in price from $80,000 to $200,000, which could explain why his treehouses aren’t inexpensive. Pete’s most expensive treehouse, in Yelm, Washington, sold for more than $365,000.

His net worth has been bolstered by his presence in the television show Treehouse Masters, which has broadcast 92 episodes as of 2018. The show’s average treehouse price is $275,000, with some reaching as high as $400,000.

Pete also makes a lot of money through his business, Nelson Treehouse & Supply, as well as his lodge, Treehouse Point. He has purchased a regal 1994 Land Rover Defender 90, which did not come cheaply, with the money he earns.

Pete Nelson’s Married Life

The reality personality, who is 56 years old, has been married for 32 years. Pete met his wife, Judy, when he was 19 years old and attending college in Colorado. Pete, who is quite active on social media, frequently posts images of himself and his wife with wonderful words. It’s astonishing that the couple has managed to stay together for so long.

The couple married in August 1986 and created TreeHouse Point, a treehouse retreat center, as their first joint endeavor as husband and wife in 2006. Pete still loves to share the times he spends with his wife on Instagram, after being married for more than three decades.

Pete has no qualms about adding corny remarks to photos he takes with his wife. He has expressed his admiration for Judy and her support numerous times. The couple has three children, all of whom are now adults.


The Botanical Garden was the venue for Pete Nelson’s daughter’s wedding

Pete and Judy are the parents of three children: twin sons and a daughter. Henry and Charlie, their kids, have joined the family treehouse-building business. That means the family firm is unlikely to close anytime soon. Emily, Pete’s daughter, married in September 2016.

Emily and her husband, Peter, married at the Cleveland Botanical Garden, which has six locally-designed treehouses, because they have a passion for them.

Pete, who had taken a photo under the same oak tree that his daughter Emily and Peter had chosen as their wedding background in 2014, had a connection to the location. The wedding was small and intimate, with only 28 guests consisting of close friends and family.

Henry and Charlie, his twin kids, have a similar interest in building treehouses and occasionally travel with the TreeHouse Masters’ crew. Pete’s sons have not yet married and are content to live the extraordinary life they have been given.


By Meera