Pete Nelson From Treehouse Master Wiki: Age, Net Worth, Family, & Facts
Ever dreamt of having a treehouse in your childhood, where you can escape from the cruel reality and live in a fantasy world?
There's one man, Pete Nelson who took this childhood dream and turned it into a successful career. The man none other than the star of the Animal Planet's series Treehouse Masters, Pete Nelson can proudly say that he builds tree houses for a living.
Apart from a successful career in TV, Pete also enjoys his family life which has been blessed by the presence of his wife and children. A committed husband, his married life dates back to several years ago but the time has brought no decline in the couple's love for one another.
Learn about the personal and professional growth of Pete along with his net worth, family, and other wiki-related details!
Married Life With Wife And Family, Daughter's Wedding
Pete has been longtime committed to his wife and their marriage of over three decades proves that true love does exist even in these times of adultery and infidelity.
The New York-born got married to his spouse Judy in August 2016; however, not much about their wedding has been disclosed. Judy, who is also the business partner of her husband, is a frequent attraction on Pete's social media posts.
Most recently on 14 February 2018, he shared an Instagram photo alongside his wife wishing her on Valentine's Day and also expressed his love for her.
Pete Nelson, along with wife, Judy on Valentine's Day 2018 (Photo: Pete Nelson's Instagram)
Pete and his wife have three children from their marriage: a daughter named Emily and twin-sons named Charlie and Henry.
Pete, who stands at the height of 6' 3½" (1.92 m), takes inspiration from his father as he was the one who first introduced his son to treehouses. Pete's family including his wife and children are actively involved in his business and help him during several of his projects.
His sons, Charlie and Henry, served as the crew members on their father's show Treehouse Masters, whereas his daughter Emily has also been occasionally featured in the show.
The Nelson family's love and dedication towards their treehouses can be known from Emily's wedding.
Emily, age 28, got married to a man named Patrick on 18 September 2016 at the Cleveland Botanical Gardens. The pair tied the knot in a tree house in the private family event which was attended by only 28 guests including the husband and wife.
The Nelson family at Emily's wedding on 18 September 2016 (Photo: NelsonTreeHouse.com)
Pete, who is cherished by his daughter's happy married life, congratulated Emily and his son-in-law for their first wedding anniversary on 18 September 2017. He posted a tweet to express his joy and express love towards the couple, where he wrote,
"One year ago today I walked my daughter down the aisle to marry Patrick! Filled with joy and love for these two - happy anniversary!"
In the meanwhile, other members of the Nelson family are also doing well in their respective personal and professional life. Pete, who is an entrepreneur, enjoys a considerable net worth which he earned at the height of his career.
Net Worth Earned From Building Tree Houses
Pete's wiki relates that he started building treehouses since the age of five and the first tree house he designed was called Temple of the Blue Moon. Soon after, he built five more tree houses namely Trillium, The Upper Pond, Bonbibi, The Nest, and The Burl.
He has published several handbooks which are helpful for people looking to design treehouses. Among his books, Tree Houses; The Art and Craft of Living out on a Limb is the most famous one.
Pete, who ages 56, currently runs a treehouse supplier company named Nelson Tree House and Supply. Further, he also co-owns a business called Treehouse Point along with his wife Judy. Pete, who has expanded his market to nine countries and 26 states in the US, has accumulated a net worth of $3 million from his career.
For his services, Pete charges somewhere between $80,000 to $200,000, which is the source of his massive net worth. The most costly treehouse he ever built was for over $365,000 in Yelm, Washington. Moreover, he has also co-founded Global Treehouse Symposium and TreeHouse Workshop, which has further added the value of his net worth.
Pete also owns several cars including a 1994 Land Rover Defender and a 2007 TOYOTA FJ CRUISER, which shows a glimpse of his lavish lifestyle.