Live in LA? Wanna rent a Hobbit Hole? That is now officially an option.

Hobbits have a pretty sweet setup. Their houses have a very lived-in vibe. They're warm and inviting. Lots of drinking happens there, along with the many sequels to breakfast.

So who could be blamed for wanting to live as the Hobbitses do? The only real issue with that desire is that it's not terribly realistic. But it turns out the option has been under our noses for a while, since even before Peter Jackson made his epic adaptations. No, really. It's on Craigslist.

It's called "The Hobbit House," and it was created by artist Joseph Lawrence, who worked for Disney for nearly a quarter of a century. And, most importantly, it's available for rent. Here are the full details.

Located in prime & hip Downtown Culver City, Here is a rare opportunity to live inside a Storybook cottage straight out of a Fairytale. Known as "The Hobbit's House", this unique property was created by Disney artist Joseph Lawrence who spent 24 years creating between 1946 and 1970. This cottage features rustic stone hewn walls, leaded glass windows, and magical looking ponds filled with fish and a family of turtles. The main house features 2 bedrooms and 1 bath, plus a huge bonus room that could be an office or den. The living room that is situated around an original stone fireplace features stained glass windows, nautical details and a bar that is perfect for entertaining. The quaint kitchen comes with a mini-fridge that is built in. 2 bedrooms sit behind a wooden plank door and offer great sunlight, and a view of the fountain and pond at the front of the house. The sparkling green tiled bathroom features a tub/shower combo with a large vanity and great custom built ins. The house also features a 3rd bonus room off of the kitchen that could easily be used as a extra bedroom or entertaining space.

We're talking $2,595.00 a month in rent, plus security deposit and application fee, but come on! Throw caution to the wind, live the dream, maybe find a nice ring, take a journey of some kind. So many boundless possibilities when you live in the Hobbit House.

Check out the gallery of images and tell us you're not at least a little tempted.

(via The Mary Sue)

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