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Hobbit Hole chicken coop -Inspired by The Lord Of The Rings and The Hobbit movies
Did you covet the Hobbit House in Pennsylvania but can’t afford a 600-square-foot Hobbit hole made from 18th century reclaimed stones and a single door hinge forged from hand-fired iron? The good news is there are cheaper ways to get your own Hobbit house. A company in Maine, Wooden Wonders, builds customized Hobbit-style wooden buildings to use as sheds, playhouses, chicken coops, etc.
Best garden and house...These look like Hobbit houses!
21 Positively Dreamy Chicken Coops: Hobbit Homes
hobbit hole chicken coops! For @Katie Shank for sure. Isn't it time to add chickens to the farm anyway?
Hobbit hole chicken house
How Will You Enjoy Yours? playhouse * sauna * reading nook * bus stop * guest cottage * garden shed * storage potting shed * meditation room changing room * chicken coop * doghouse * studio * tiny house!
Very pretty! Great for a few hens in an urban or suburban backyard.
This is a hobbit hole chicken coop...which I will never have. Because Chickens are pure evil. But I would gladly build one of these as a playhouse in the backyard!
Barn ~ Chicken Coop look at the little doors!!!
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Chicken coop for three hens. Totally adorable!
Whimsical chicken coop sitting on the corner of an industrial complex in Syosset NY.
Looks like my Tree/dog house because of the boards that we hid our number two when steph and i were kids lol
How to build a Hobbit house :) would make an excellent "backyard getaway" type deal! Have family sleepovers in there when it snows, for holidays, or just for fun!
A couple of cool details make this tiny coop just gorgeous!
sweet backyard coop - I want windowboxes on mine!
Chicken coop - do you think George would notice if I got a couple of laying hens for the back yard? I 'spose we'd need a rooster, too.