New Housing Looks Like Hobbit Village

Out of everyone who has the "Lord of the Rings" movies, who hasn't dreamed of living in a Hobbit house? Sure it would be a bit small, but what if they were made to accommodate humans? Imagine a neighborhood of homes that didn't detract from the beauty of nature but also allowed for a high standard of living. This is the goal that the minds behind Green Magic Homes is trying to achieve. Though these are tiny houses, it's hard to complain about the balance of beauty and functionality of the homes they have created.

Based out of Florida, Green Magic Homes designed their product to look stunning in a rural setting.

There are many different variations available, and the location and look of your home is completely up to you. The way it works is that each pod is prefabricated by the company. At that point it is up to you as to where you would like to put the pod.

The interiors have a very modern design that rival many upscale homes. Colors can be altered to your liking, as can floor materials.


The company uses very high-quality materials in each pod's construction. All pods are weather resistant, non-corrosive, 100% non-toxic, fire resistant, and produce no carbon emissions. Some people have even opted to use them in their backyards. Can you imagine a guest room that looks like this?

The best part is that each pod starts at about $15,000.

The pods come in a variety of layouts and sizes, but they are not limited to homes. Garages and gazebos are also offered and come in a variety of styles. The amount of times it takes to construct a pod varies, but a 1,000-square-foot house takes about 10 days to manufacture.

Some designs are even catered to those who have a green thumb. Imagine having a cascading wall of vegetables or flowers on the side of your home.


The pods are designed to be suitable in a variety of climates. They make the perfect getaway from the desert sun.

... Or the deepest colds of winter.

To learn more about Green Magic Homes, be sure to check out their website for more information.

Via: Little Things | Green Magic Homes

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