Florida Georgia Line's Brian Kelley should be getting used to the perks of success by now, but this takes the cake. The singer recently received a custom-made, one-of-a-kind treehouse, courtesy of Pete Nelson from Animal Planet's 'Treehouse Masters.'

The unique getaway is the realization of a childhood dream for Kelley, who is an avid fan of the show. He and his wife, Brittney, are in awe of Nelson's creation, which is connected to the main house on their 32-acre property via a 30-foot bridge that runs along the platform where they got married.

The two-story rustic retreat features a recording studio and vocal booth, a sleeping loft with a circular bed that sits on a custom-made whiskey barrel frame, and a living room and kitchenette accented with local Nashville relics. Nelson also added a unique feature to the house made of planks from Brian’s first-ever childhood tree fort in Florida, as well as a custom dog house for the couple's new puppy, Smoke.

“It’s breathtaking! Just a dream come true for both of us,” Kelley said. “We are blown away.”

The couple broke in their new space by throwing a treehouse warming party for family and friends, including Kelley's Florida Georgia Line band mate Tyler Hubbard. The building and unveiling of the treehouse were captured for an episode of 'Treehouse Masters' that will air Friday (Aug. 15) at 10PM ET on Animal Planet.

“I could not have asked for a more enthusiastic reaction,” Nelson says. “I’m honored to get to play a part in giving them a space where they can turn up the music and set down their roots, well, in the dirt.”