GLENMONT, Ohio — A bride once asked Kevin Mooney if he was playing music as they toured his property. “No,” he said, “that’s the birds singing.”
It’s a familiar sound in the treetops south of Loudonville, where Mooney has built a collection of extraordinary overnight accommodations.
There’s the View, with floor-to-ceiling glass walls, offering unobstructed scenes of the forest; Old Pine, a two-story perch constructed out of 100-year-old barn siding; and the Tin Shed, which requires guests to bounce across a 100-foot extension bridge to enter.
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Written by Susan Glaser.
Originally published April 26, 2020.