Live like Bilbo! Hobbit house built in Pembrokeshire woodland that is perfect for any Lord of the Rings fan goes on sale for £335,000
- The unusual property is part of the One Planet Developement in Llanycefn, Pembrokeshire, south Wales
- The hand-built home has 13 side which make it appear round and features a living roof and Belfast sink
- The house sits on four acres of land and includes a polytunnel to extend the growing season for fruit and veg
A Lords of the Rings-style hand-built Hobbit house nestled in woodland and completely off-grid has been placed on the market.
Fans of the JRR Tolkien books can buy the house, which is in the One Planet Development in Llanycefn, Pembrokeshire.
The £335,000 hand-built home was designed to burrow into the gently sloping landscape and has 13 sides to make it rounded.
This Lord of the Rings-style Hobbit house has gone on the market in Wales for £335,000 allowing the new owners to live off-grid
The hand-built property has 13 sides which make it completely round and has a living roof sitting on 26 interlocking beams
The property features wooden furniture as well as a magnificent Belfast sink and open shelving and hanging pots and pans
As well as a house and an outbuilding, the new owner will be able to grow food and livestock on the four acres of land and polytunnel
The living roof sits on top of 26 interlocking beams and is south-facing to maximise solar energy.
Buyers will enter through a wood stable door into a living area with triple-glazed windows and a passive heat wood burning stove.
Arched windows and doors are also found inside along with different living zones – including a kitchen diner.
The kitchen boasts a Belfast sink, cooker, open-shelving and hanging pots and baskets from the roof structure.
A separate building houses the bathroom with its own onsite water source and solar panels on the roof for the bathing facilities.
The four-acre plot also has further outbuildings for livestock and a polytunnel for growing produce on the land.
The house was built 11 years ago within the project which allows people to live and work on their own land in an affordable and sustainable way.
The house has its own water source and a living roof. Power is provided by solar panels to heat water for bathing
The bathroom is in an out house which features solar panels on the roof which heat the water all year round
The property sits on four acres of land which will allow the new owners to grow their own food are rear a small number of animals
Anyone seeking to buy the house has to be willing to live around the ethos of the One Planet Development scheme
House hunters hoping to snap up the house, called Bryn Yr Blodau, must be prepared to live around the ethos of the community scheme.
Estate agents Fine and Country said: ‘Bryn Yr Blodau offers a buyer the chance to step away from modern life and reconnect with both nature and a more responsible way of living.
‘Constructed eleven years ago under the One Planet Development scheme, this off grid home is surrounded by around four acres of beautiful grounds.
‘Situated on the slopes of hidden wooded valley, the position fills any visitor with a sense of peace and tranquillity.
‘The roundhouse at the centre of the site is a thoughtfully crafted warm and welcoming space that provides an ideal home to the inhabitants of the land.’
Estate agents Fine and Country said: ‘Bryn Yr Blodau offers a buyer the chance to step away from modern life and reconnect with both nature and a more responsible way of living’
The unusual property live in the middle of the Pembrokeshire countryside allowing the new owners to escape the rat race
The property also includes a polytunnel to extend the growing season for fruit and vegetables, increasing the supply of fresh produce