Martin Freeman as Bilbo in The Hobbit
It may look like it’s straight out of Middle-earth. But this Hobbit hideaway is actually in south Wales.
The one-bedroomed property, set in 80 acres of woodland near the town of St Clears, Carmarthenshire, is on the market for £475,000.
But anyone who wants to live like Bilbo Baggins should be aware that Lord of the Rings fans frequently turn up hoping to catch a glimpse of the site.
The unique house, owned by a 97-year-old, was built in 2005.
The property description reads: ‘A very rare opportunity to acquire a classic Hobbit House set among mature and semi-mature ancient oak woodland with a river boundary in the valley bottom.’
It describes the house as ‘full of character and very cosy’. It also includes a stone workshop.
The property generates its own electricity and sources water from a natural spring nearby. It is heated by a woodburner – which can use logs from the surrounding woodland.
Tucked away: The discreet one-bedroomed property is near St Clears in south Wales
The Hobbit hideaway has an open-plan interior. The house sources its water from a nearby natural spring
Pictured: The cosy living area, which is heated by a woodburner. The property also generates its own electricity
The property is similar to the one lived in by Martin Freeman appearing as Bilbo Baggins in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.
The tiny house also features an outside terrace with an overhanging roof, complete with chairs and a table
A stone workshop (pictured) can also be found within the 80-acre property only a short walk from the house
Located within the grounds of the property is also a small teaching roundhouse (pictured)