Adorable Solar Powered Hobbit Homes

Savor the Simplicity from Living Completely Off-grid 

 

Located on a 5.5 acre plot in Chelan, Washington, this micro-community of three tiny houses is completely off-grid and relies only on solar panels and batteries for power, and a nearby water tower for supply of fresh water. A septic tank is provided to store the household waste, and a water filtration system can be used to recycle grey water for irrigation. A propane fireplace keeps the living room warm through winter.

Built into the mountainside, the buildings are made extremely sturdy to withstand the earth’s weight; they are also extensively insulated to guard against moisture build-up and water seepage typical to underground construction. 

Much of the construction, interior furniture and decorations are either salvaged pieces for reuse or custom-made from reclaimed materials. From the adorable round doors that are made from large cable spools to the unique carved basin, every detail of the hobbit home is brilliantly designed and a truly delightful experience.

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