This is a video tour of Hobbitat Spaces Tiny Houses at Blue Moon Rising.
You’ll get to meet Bill Thomas, the founder, and designer at Hobbitat and designer/builder for Blue Moon Rising. You also get to tour and learn more about how these unique reclaimed tiny homes are built using materials that have to be mined out of old buildings. This is what gives them so much character! Enjoy!
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How Hobbitat Tiny Homes Are Built Using Reclaimed Materials from old Buildings!
Video: Hobbitat Tiny Houses
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I am really impressed with these tiny houses. They feel warm and inviting. I like the reflection of the woods in the reclaimed materials. I hope the people that buy them appreciate the time it took to plan and build each one. They are not mass produced and each have a unique style all their own. I am so happy to see someone reusing this gorgeous old wood. Wonderful detail.
I was born in Baltimore, Maryland – my family moved to Howard County, Maryland when I was in elementary school (about 30 minutes from downtown Baltimore, nestled between Baltimore County & Carroll County). I’ve been to Garrett County, specifically Deep Creek Lake MANY times. There is a fantastic ski resort that sits beside Deep Creek Lake. The whole area is kinda like stepping back into time. I haven’t been there in quite a few years (I now live in Gainesville, Florida) but the last time I was there, I saw very few cell towers. Cell signals were hard to get/keep and internet was scarce but of course, this could have changed. That lack of tech is what made Garrett Co. and Deep Creek Lake so unique. It was quiet and very peaceful- the perfect area to retire or get away from the rat race. I haven’t been to Blue Moon Rising but next time I get home to Maryland, you can bet I will book a few days in one of their Hobbits!
Thanks so much for sharing this, Melissa!
You’re welcome Natalie!!