Meet Rocky and Melissa. They live in Maine and have been building what I like to call Hobbit Hole Tiny Homes.
Their micro structures can serve a variety of purposes. Originally they were intended to be for children so they were in the playhouse business.
Recently they’ve decided to broaden their market when they realized that adults love these little dwellings just as much as kids do and I think they made a great choice, don’t you think?
Their company is called Wooden Wonders and as most of you might already know a “hobbit” is a character from a book called The Hobbit which is now more widely known as Lord of the Rings.
Even in the original book, Hobbits were known to live very simple lives in rural areas. Much like many of us want to consider trying and some of you are already doing. Some of you are even completely off-grid in your own tiny cabin.
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Rocky has designed and built his unique round dome shaped structures to be used as chicken coops, offices, sheds, and even a little cottage. You can see their biggest build that has a back porch and all in the photos above and you’ll get a video tour below. It’s about 200 square feet in size.
The most unique and interesting thing about them which you’ll notice right away is their shape. In a world where all homes look almost identical, this really stands out and makes you feel welcome.
Pricing for Wooden Wonder’s Hobbit Holes start at $999 for a coop and go all the way up to $14,999 for a cottage. For more information visit their website. Also be sure to check out Kirsten Dirksen’s original post and video tour/interview with Rocky and Melissa.
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