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Custom Tiny House with Round Door and Curvy Roof

This is the Hobbit House on Wheels.

It’s designed and built by Incredible Tiny Homes.

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The Curvy Hobbit House on Wheels by Incredible Tiny Homes


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About The Hobbit House on Wheels

Incredible Tiny Homes was founded ingenuity and creativity, The Hobbit House is no exception to that as it was first imagined by Randy Jones in Morristown Tennessee in 2014. Since then, Incredible Tiny Homes has been creating unique and custom tiny homes for customers all over the country, and can now feature a second version of the Incredible Tiny Home’s Hobbit house, but this time on wheels. Unlike the previous Hobbit House, this one has an added trailer for transportation as well as featuring completed round corners, 2 lofts, and a custom kitchen for $35,000.


  • Round corners
  • “Hobbit” door
  • Custom propane tank racks
  • Custom design
  • Custom kitchen
  • Mini-split air conditioner
  • Custom shower
  • 2 lofts
  • $35,000
  • 20′ long

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  • Sparrow September 23, 2016, 1:07 pm

    Cute…but is there a living room? Did I miss it?

    I’d def have the interior painted white or some light color. I couldn’t living in such a dark, tiny place. Also more windows!

    If I were to order one of these, it would be a bit bigger, have a REAL toilet, a bigger bathroom with a clawfoot tub/shower, and more lighting. But otherwise, this is amazing. Great job!

    • Kathleen September 24, 2016, 12:56 am

      Sparrow, you didn’t miss it. Clearly the clients opted for a first floor/non-loft bed, and that took up the space you might have for a living room in a 20 foot long house.

      • Chel September 24, 2016, 10:06 am

        On the video the shower is described as being 48″. Four foot plus the walling space they have had to install to be watertight suggests that there is plenty of space in the footprint for the claw bath with an over bath shower. I agree about the dark colour, windows and living room space. An open arrangement with the kitchen and a drop down bed would be my specs. This is custom built so we can’t criticise different choices, just express our own. Lovely finish and build. I would spend less time outdoors to need the living space.

  • ZACHARY E MOHRMANN September 23, 2016, 3:40 pm

    Interesting if anything….!

  • Gabriella September 23, 2016, 3:51 pm

    The warm colors and suffused the wood create atmosphere, the refined choice of furniture is simple but very sought after, make this solution a pleasant little house. But the really special thing, is the shape and the outer coating Very Good!

  • AmyCat =^.^= September 23, 2016, 4:28 pm

    I wish these folks lived closer to me; they seem to be doing very good work without charging an arm and two legs! I agree with the comments about it being too dark, but note that it was built to the customer’s specs… I’d love to see dark wood like that accenting lighter walls, and agree with Sparrow that a true Hobbit-house should have a big clawfoot tub (“Sing Hey for the Bath at the close of day/that washes your weary cares away!” as Bilbo would tell you…).

    Except for the lack of windows, I like the shingled exterior. I wish they had a video tour of their earlier Hobbit House (shown on their website)…

    • ApexSiding September 26, 2016, 12:01 pm

      I’m not so sold on their workmanship. Watching the vid and around the 6:40 mark, they show working on cladding the underside of a roof. If you notice the Foamed insulation, they did not fill the bays and it looks only half done. Foam is expensive with a large part of the cost due to the waste factor from shaving the overflow and discarding it. I’d never pay any of my subs if they did a job like I see in that video. Also, why did they ruin the rounded corner effect by having a square corner of the trailer extend beyond them? An organic look would have been to flare the corners at the bottom, much like a tree trunk, and would have been “attention to details” that I’d want.

  • Marsha Cowan September 23, 2016, 11:22 pm

    Pretty doggone cool! Beautiful and so unique. Quality workmanship. I’m impressed…

  • Kathleen September 24, 2016, 12:52 am

    Am I the only one who noticed, in the video at 6:02, that he is standing in the shower and talking about how spacious it is, and he says he is 7 foot 4? —- Surely he meant 5 foot 4. Cuz the extra high countertops he explains in the kitchen, come up to the bottom of his chest.

  • DIANNE KNOX September 24, 2016, 12:43 pm

    Very Pretty, but it is so dark.

  • JeffBuilt September 24, 2016, 2:58 pm

    Worry about that roof, appears to be standing seam and probably manufactured panels. Running along the curved roof like they have it, logic would suggest that on one of the “down” curves, the water would pile up on the “low” leg of the panel. Standing seam is water resistant, not waterproof, and performance depends on water shedding properly from it. If towing in a rain storm it could easily have problems. There are better metal alternatives but are old school and require tons of hand work. I watched the video and don’t see where the craftsmanship excels. Little things like the custom door seemed to catch when he went to close it; the outlets over countertop being essentially at counter level where spilled liquids could enter; outlets in the walls looking like their cover plates are in the joint of the tongue and groove paneling which makes a gap for crud and dirt to accumulate. Finally, that Hobbit door just ruins the look with the Z bracing and squared off end to allow it to hinge easier. Round doors are TOUGH but those little nuances make a difference.

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