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Mountain style stone exterior home photo in Philadelphia

Hobbit HouseRustic Exterior, Philadelphia

Photographer: Angle Eye Photography

Mountain style stone exterior home photo in Philadelphia —  Houzz
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corb3 wrote:Dec 13, 2012
Stewart Colley wrote:Feb 12, 2017
  • PRO
    Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.

    My apologies for the misinformation. I spoke with the architect who worked on this project and he believes that this entry light was sourced by Vintage Lighting Co. in Malvern, PA. They do not have a website, but here is their phone number: 610-993-9119. Hopefully they can help point you in the right direction in order to find the same or similar light. Best of luck on your lighting search!

  • Stewart Colley

    Thank you very much!!!

kaelee12 wrote:Mar 21, 2013
  • r14_ngreen
    Love it
  • harpreetkadan
    I LOVE it... I've always dreamt of staying in such a house. Can the walls be constructed from scratch if you had to?
Bonnie wrote:May 19, 2015
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    Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.

    This is real stone provided by Rolling Rock Building Stone in Boyertown, PA. It is a blend found typically in the Chester County region of Pennsylvania.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Becky Harris added this to 12 Fun Backyard Forts Grown-Ups Can Love, TooAug 7, 2013

OK, my fellow nerds, we are never going to top this one, no matter how hard we try! It's a fort for grown-ups ... grown-ups who love J.R.R. Tolkien.

Cathy Lara added this to 4 Hobbit Houses Bring Charm to the LandscapeDec 5, 2012

Location: Chester County, PennsylvaniaSize: 600 square feetThis Pennsylvania homeowner and collector of Tolkien books and artifacts worked closely with architect Peter Archer throughout the design and build of this hobbit-inspired cottage. Archer and his team constructed the house to look as if it had risen organically from the stone wall.

Lisa Frederick added this to Houzz Tour: 'Hobbit House' in Pennsylvania CountrysideMar 14, 2012

An 18th-century stacked stone wall on the property made this site, a short walk from the main house, a natural choice for the Hobbit House. From the beginning, Archer envisioned a structure built to look as though it had risen from the wall. "Other materials were selected for their colors and textures, timelessness and compatibility with the stone," Archer says.A stone path leads from the main house to the cottage's front entrance.Stonework: Ted LeMastra, Allentown, Pennsylvania

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