Tiny houses come in all shapes and sizes.
Some are built out of mud and others are made of out storage containers.
Some are even made out of airplane parts, like these cool little structures.
A few are bought or built by the time everyone moves in, but it seems like many people enjoy building their little abodes themselves.
This was the case for Kristie Wolf, who made her tiny home in Columbia River Gorge with her own hands.
But this is definitely no ordinary house — in fact, it looks like it was ripped straight out of a fantastical movie about Middle Earth.
This cozy little hobbit home is tiny, round, and built into the side of a hill — it really doesn’t get any cuter than that!
What’s even better is that fans of the cozy little space actually have the chance to rent it.
Check below to learn more about the darling little home.
[H/T: House Beautiful]
No, you are not actually looking at a still out of a mythical Middle Earth-themed movie. The little home in the hills is actually real!
This teensy little house is located in Columbia River Gorge and looks out onto beautiful rolling hills.
What’s even more amazing than the space itself is the fact that owner Kristie Wolf built it all by hand.
This is a pretty impressive feat considering it is built into a hill and has a round, wonky structure!
And Wolf isn’t keeping the magic of the little space all to herself.
It is actually available to rent on Airbnb for anyone who loves tiny homes and wants to live like a hobbit.
The house’s interior is just as fairy tale-esque as the exterior.
Upon entering the home, the amazing stone fireplace immediately pops out.
It also has a big beautiful cozy bed, which is the center of attention in the little circular room. Even the windows are round!
It has a totally darling bathroom.
There is a tiny tub and a sink that looks like it grew out of the ground — not to mention another cool window!
But arguably the coolest part of the whole space is its view outside.
Looking out at the rolling hills and big open sky will definitely make you feel like you’ve been transported to a magical land — look out for dragons!
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