Wireless sensor network (WSN) is an emerging area in networking since the era of 21 st century. The major benefits of WSN using sensor nodes make it affordable, scalable, economic and reliable. The limitations of sensor nodes are in terms of fixed and limited power supply, durability, storage and computational facilities which make energy as a vast challenge in deploying sensor nodes in order to prevent them from draining. This paper proposes a novel deployment scheme for connecting the sensor nodes in the form of a 4-sided virtual full binary tree structure. In the proposed scheme, data is expected to reach resource opulence Base Station (BS) via hops as equal to the height of the tree. Also, the stability of the network will increase by an average value of around 82.78% in the range of 49- 98% with existing scheme of the network lifetime with respect to different scenarios. The proposed scheme gives excellent results with a variable number of nodes and changing the size of deployment area of WSN.