Tonight, Pittsburghers should join me in my new tree house obsession because a special Pittsburgh guest is featured: Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown.
Since the premiere of Treehouse Masters in 2013, the scale and quality of the treehouses built by Pete Nelson have upgraded from treehouses to tree-mansions. In recent seasons, especially the current one, the treehouses on the show are nicer than most people’s homes. Brown’s is no exception.
The two-story structure built in Gibsonia is a "luxury skybox" overlooking his custom basketball court and football field. So far, it's been revealed that inside is a floor to ceiling glass wall, air-conditioning installed by Butler-based company Kennihan, Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning, and a private bathroom. But, considering that Brown is known for his showmanship, there should have been little question the treehouse would match his personality. For now, we’ll just a have to wait until tonight ... unless AB wants to invite us over?
Antonio, if you’re reading this, I messaged you on Instagram. Can I interview you in the treehouse? Please reply. P.S. is Le’Veon hiding out in there?
Antonio Brown’s episode of Treehouse Masters premieres tonight at 8 p.m. on Animal Planet.