Create Your Own Hobbit Hole With The Cosy Green Magic Homes That Can Be Adapted To Your Needs

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For those who have dreamed of living in their own snug hobbit hole, they don’t need to travel to Middle Earth to make the dream a reality. Instead of getting out the shovel and building your own habitable hole in the hillside, you can now simply order a ready-made one and tailor it to your exact specification as a year-round home or a place to retreat for a holiday. Similar to their movie counterparts, the tiny eco-friendly houses by Green Magic Homes are similarly designed to exist under layer of grass and soil – perfect for growing vegetables and feeling at one with nature – and come with pools or hot tubs.

A Florida company is allowing fans of the Hobbit the chance to live in a ready-made home inspired by the J.R.R. Tolkien fantasy series.

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The homes are chic and modern with an open-plan kitchen, flat-screen TVs and a natural covering providing insulation to retain heat

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The hobbit holes in the Shire didn’t come with the glamorous extras that these dwellings have, including pools and hot tubs

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Built from prefabricated shells made from fibre-reinforced polymer, the homes are waterproof and designed to withstand strong winds

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Designed to withstand the elements in any setting, the unique pods can be placed in a desert or snowy landscape at altitude

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According to the designers, the sheltered pods can ‘easily’ withstand an earthquake with a magnitude of 10 on the Richter scale

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The covering for the roof and exterior walls can be adapted to suit a range of different environments, including a desert

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Prices for the Wikiki pad start at just $14,998, with larger designs based on a price of $34.74 per square foot

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h/t: dailymail

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