Hobbit House construction

How to Build Your Very Own Lord of the Rings Hobbit House

Jan 12 2012

If you ever wanted a home like the ones Hobbits live in the movie "Lord of the Rings" (and didn't have enough money to build one) - here is how you do it for under $5,000.

It's simply amazing to see how much humans can really bond with nature and crate Eco-friendly and sustainable homes only using natural supplies and ancient techniques.

This is a very unique house as it is partially dug in, and every part of it serves a purpose. It reminds me a lot of the Hobbit homes from the Lord of the Rings.

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Simon Dale from Wales built this home with mostly his father in-law and a few close friends who've also helped out. He estimated that approximately 1,000 - 1,500 hours went into the construction of this home.

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After four months of building, the family was moved into the house.

The roof on this house is used to collect and re-direct water to the pond in the backyard.

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The fridge is cooled by air coming from underground through foundations.

A sky-light provides light throughout the day.

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Walls are made of lime plaster and much better for humans then concrete (more breathable).

Wood burner for heating - renewable and locally plentiful.

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