Photo: Courtesy of Sotheby’s Realty
A Lake Tahoe home inspired by something you might find while on a hike in the mountains of Austria in the 18th century is on sale for a bargain $3.7 million (via WSJ).The home, called “The Hobbit House: Where Yesterday Meets Tomorrow” by the Sotheby’s listing, has a slew of intricate details, like a waterfall, 3-inch-thick front door crafted from trees that were on the property, hickory floors, and stone walls and floors.
It also has a 50-foot indoor pool, a bar and a theatre, as well as four bedrooms and five-and-a-half baths.
Paul and Elizabeth Arnold, the sellers, finished the house in 2006, after spending four years and $3 million on the construction, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The home is about 45 minutes to Lake Tahoe and about 20 minutes to the Reno-Tahoe International Airport
The house was designed by Jim Brasher, one of the leading local experts in historical restoration and design
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