Ever wanted to live in a home straight out of a fairytale? Well, now is your chance — and, it will only cost you a little under $1.4 million!
Yeah, it’s a bit of a hefty price tag, but what else is to be expected from a Hollywood Hills house that is rumored to have inspired Snow White’s cottage from the original Disney film? We’ve seen some pretty cool Disney-inspired homes before, from Star Wars to Alice in Wonderland, but this one feels a little more like it was pulled right out of a Brothers Grimm tale. Let’s go on a virtual tour!
The house is located in the Hollywood Hills of Los Angeles, California and was built in 1938. The 2 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom house is just a little over 1,000 square feet and is 3 stories tall. According to Realtor.com, the design matches the style of Roland E. Hill, who was the architect of Sleeping Beauty Castle in Disneyland!
The house is between two garden areas, which includes a little fenced in yard with a pond, waterfall, wooden bridge, and stone stage (that has the outdoor electrical capacity ready for a hot tub!).
The outside even has a little bridge to the front door — let’s go inside!
Just LOOK at those ceilings and that fireplace!
There’s a window seat in the living area as well. We seriously can’t get over all the wood detailing in here — it for sure feelings like you’re in an enchanted forest!
There’s even a bookshelf perfect to store all of those fairytale stories you could read in this cozy cottage!
The designer kitchen cabinets are definitely giving us Snow White vibes!
There are also some spiral stone stairs in here.
And, just look at this quaint bedroom! The balcony off of the room is also hand-carved.
Also, at the top of the house, you can find a nice office space!
Well, are you sold?! If you really are interested in the home, you can take a closer look at the details over at Realtor.com! Stay tuned to DFB for more Disney news, info, and updates.
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Could you live in this house? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!
This house is awesome, but if it was built in 1938, and Snow White opened in 1937, I don’t see how it could have inspired the dwarfs cottage? Perhaps it’s the other way around?