1. The three-story castle, called Hobbit House, is only 850 square feet. It is situated in the Blue Ridge Mountains, 4,000 feet above sea level.
Yet, the most charming of tiny houses are those that are buried deep in the woods.
Woodsy dwarf-like dwellings not only encompass a Thoreau-esque vibe that appeals to many tiny house fans but they also seem like they’re straight out of the pages of a fairy tale picture book. Just look at this A-line cabin, it’s design is so magical it almost looks as though it’s sprouting from the earth like Jack’s beanstalk.