This Sustainable Family Home Is Embedded In Nature

3 year ago · niraasha.r · 0 Comment
When Dale built this house, he was 32 years old. All he had to spend for making this house was £3,000. This sustainable family home is embedded in nature as it is basically made up of scrap wood and bales of straw. Oak wood has been used for the skeleton of this house. Approximately 1000-1500 man hours have been taken for the completion of this hobbit house.

This sustainable family home is embedded in nature
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A Hobbit House in Real life (5 Photos)

This is Simon Dale and his family. He is not a hobbit, but a man living in a hobbit house with his wife and two kids. This is his ecological dream palace nestled in Welsh countryside.

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