Well this is pretty darn exciting! I know I haven’t written much about my latest build but there’s more to come there.
The first hobbit hole of three planned is built and ready to rent out mid-March & I’m doing a giveaway to kick it all off!
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I would love that! I hope to build in Hawaii one day. Also, this place looks fabulous! I love this area
I kind of stumbled upon this property & it’s seriously one of the most magical places I’ve ever been.
She’s done it again! Vision + ambition + passion means anything can be done… Its brilliant, Kristie. These kinds of projects are *hard* to bring to life. The mental focus and dedication to solving a thousand unique problems is the real challenge… Hats off to you!
I would love to replicate what you do in Italy (these fantastic and original tiny houses), Would be a perferct location on the shores of Lake Garda, or in the medieval “Città Alta” Bergamo. But I would not know where to start, or whether it is possible in my state.
I also rent my holiday home on Airbnb, a small apartment in Gran Canaria, in Spain. I added your properties to my favorites 😉
Anyway… Congratulations for your blog and your ideas.
would love to stay here, do you have an airbnb listing? I just started my own self sufficient homestead and youtube channel called http://www.dennisalan.com would love any tips on setting up a great spot like you have here
Yea if you search hobbit hole Washington it’ll pop up
I like your tiny house projects a lot! I see that you haven’t posted anything on the tiny houses since about May? Do you have any project(s) that you are currently working on?
Yes I’m working on a not so tiny 100 year old barn that I’m turning into a wedding venue
Kristie, congratulations and well done you.!! The love and energy that you have put into creating the Hobbit house (whare) is inspiring and the attention to detailing finishing touches while maximising natural movements of light and insulation sources whilst balancing density is exquisite. The vista captured upon completion integrates purposeful reasoning for leaving enlightened footprints upon Papatuanuku, a subtle example reflecting complementary of, as above so below. Kristie the give away is already complete via you sharing your skills, passion for building and fruition of your hard work manifest on a public site. The dearth of options evidenced here for family land holdings has taken on a whole new perspective for me. Thank you.
I hope you do another one of these giveaways, I would love to enter (and win obviously!)
Hi there kristie, I have a question. I know the property was 18 grand, but what was the cost of actually building the structure? I know there were a lot of recycled and reStore type of materials used, but I’d like to know what kind of costs you actually had while building this because I’m considering a (larger) version of a hobbit house for my permanent residence on a piece of property I’m considering for purchase, and I’d like have a general idea of how large a budget I might have. (Basically I’m trying to calculate cost of building per square foot)