In our ongoing coverage of impressive tiny houses, a wide range of intriguing features have been surfaced. Victorian-inspired eaves. A chalkboard wall. A house that rotates exactly 359 degrees. Today, we’re sharing a tiny house that features a hobbit door. Only this hobbit door, instead of leading you into a green-roofed hobbit home, takes you to an itty bitty balcony off the lofted sleeping area—not a common feature in tiny houses, but a welcome addition for sure.
Already listed for sale for $39,500, this custom 200-square-foot design is still getting its finishing touches, which should be completed by July. The Ridgway, CO-based builder has incorporated in beetle kill pine throughout the interior, which will also have a fold-out couch, collapsable "breakfast nook," and over 50 built-in shelves and cupboards. Stay tuned to its progress here.
- Ridgway Tiny House [Tiny House Swoon]
- 5 Tiny Houses We Loved This Week: From the Whimsical to the Bookworm-Friendly [Curbed]