So, you've seen the real-life The Hobbit pub in New Zealand, now it's time for a custom-themed home based on the series. It was built an designed by architect Peter Archer in the Pennsylvania countryside for a lifelong fan of author J.R.R. Tolkien. He basically wanted a private place to store his rare books and Tolkien-inspired memorabilia that have been collected over 30 years of travel in the U.S. and abroad. Continue reading for more pictures and additional information.
At 600-square foot, this building is just a short walk from his main house, on a flat stone path and through an English-style garden. Here's what Peter Archer has to say: "We wanted a single structure, a relaxing place that was diminutive in scale, for the owner to come and hang out and just be in solitude with his collection."
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