If your dreams of squatting in the Shire were dashed after the sheep moved in and filming for The Hobbit began, here’s something to assuage your pain. An Etsy seller has built a series of Bag End children’s playhouses priced at the cost of a few months’ rent, and they’re big enough to fit a Rider of Rohan or two. Without their mounts, of course.
Here are the stats from seller Hobbit Holes. Buy all four, set them up in your local park, recruit some friends, and pretend that all those court summonses are being hand-delivered by orcs:
This Hobbit Hole playhouse is 12’ wide, has a maximum interior height of 6’3” and about 50 square feet of floor space. Comes painted as shown. Comes with a set of plexiglass and screen windows. Has a pressure treated floor system and all cedar framing. Floor is urethane-treated sanded plywood.