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Source: Jim Costigan

NY Construction Worker Spent 6 Years Building An Energy-Efficient Little Hobbit Home

By Koty Neelis

Lord of the Rings fans seeking inspiration for their next home, look no further. Jim Costigan, a construction supervisor in New York, just spent the last six years building the perfect hobbit home inspired by one of his favorite movies: The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

Amazed by the architecture of Bag End, the home of Bilbo Baggins in the film, Costigan wanted to replicate the cozy abode. The best part? The home is not only aesthetically pleasing for Rings super fans, but it's eco-friendly and energy efficient as well.

“I thought that was the coolest house I’d ever seen,” Costigan told Inhabitat. “Architecturally, I thought that that house in the movie was just really well-done, that it was really original. The curvatures, everything about it was unique.."