“Hobbit house in Port Orchard WA at Brothers Greenhouse. Perfect example how to build a very nice and simply hobbit house where your kids can let their imagination soar and become architects at an early age. Cute, cozy, attractive and eye catchy even for parents. Needs less than 200sqft in the corner of your backyard but would mean a whole world to your kids. Even more. It would take them to some mysterious worlds where maybe even you would be invited from time to time. Maybe :)”
“This is one of the most amazing tiny homes I have ever visited. The sale price on the house is $30,000.”
“When Dan Price returned to his home state of Oregon in 1990 he was determined to avoid mortgages or rent (he and his family had just finished caretaking a mansion with a heating bill of $500/month). He found an unused meadow in Joseph, Oregon and began renting it from his neighbors for $100/year (in exchange … Read more
“It looks like something straight out of Middle Earth – and the story behind it is almost as fantastical. This cottage cost just £150 to build, using only natural or reclaimed materials, and is now rented out for a fee of fresh milk and cream. And with no mains electricity, gas or water, the bills don’t come to much either.
These are by far the best photos I’ve seen of hobbit houses from the Hobbit movie set. There are hundreds of professional quality, high res, clear, sharp photos from every angle. Hobbit folks will certainly love the photos.