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Forget that hole in the ground, this Hobbit treehouse is incredible

Although J.R.R. Tolkien's beloved novel clear states, "In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit," we're not about to quibble when it comes to this amazing treehouse inspired by The Hobbit.

Located at Chateau De Soleil, a country house near Sturgis, South Dakota, the 400-square-foot treehouse features round doors and windows, Elvish signs, Sauron's mask, a gauntlet with the One Ring, and even furry Hobbit-foot slippers.

The good news for Tolkien fans is that you can stay there, but you must book the house to which it's attached.

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(via Design Taxi, Trend Hunter)

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