At 2,900 sq-ft, the house has three bedrooms, four bathrooms and features an open concept design.
With a bumpy thatched roof, the house was originally built to look like an English cottage in the 1930’s.
Developers bought it in 2016 and incorporated its restoration within rezoning plans for a 20-unit town house complex.
That resulted in a City of Vancouver Heritage Award of Honour in 2017, recognizing the thoughtful restoration of the beloved home.
So, would you live in the Hobbit House?
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