DANA POINT (CBSLA) — Three rooms, carpeting, an aquarium, and ocean views. The next question would usually be — what’s the rent like and what’s the earliest move-in date?

But the place turns out to be a well-hidden treehouse, built illegally about 10 feet off the ground in a large pine tree in Lantern Bay Park in Dana Point.

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The three-room treehouse was found by tree trimmers Wednesday in the park, which is within view of the Laguna Cliffs Marriott, according to the Orange County Register.

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The elaborate structure, pieced together with wood and salvaged construction materials, had three rooms on three levels, one of which had a fish tank containing about a dozen goldfish.

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It took hours for crews to dismantle the treehouse, and its builder could be charged with vandalism.