If you’ve always wished that you could jump inside your favorite Disney classic, look no further than this magical home.
I’m a huge fan of all things Disney, but “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” holds a special place in my heart. While having seven men and woodland creatures at your beck and call would be awesome, I think we can all agree that one of the most memorable aspects of the movie is their adorable woodland cottage. Believe it or not, a strikingly similar house is now for sale, and it could be yours — if you have $925,000 to spare, that is!
Over a small, stone bridge in Olalla, Washington, you’ll find…
…a cottage that’s right out of a fairy tale! And if you’re in awe of the exterior, just wait until you see the inside.
The stone walls and round door make the home, located at 3395 SE Hidden Way, feel like a cozy cave.
There’s even a tree right in the middle of foyer! Complemented by a glamorous chandelier, it’s a scene that Walt Disney himself would be proud of.
The listing says, “There’s not a square corner anywhere.” The details, such as the hand-carved wood beams, are astounding.
Just imagine the pizzas you could make in this stone oven!
There’s also a large stove-top range, perfect for cooking up big breakfasts on lazy Sunday mornings.
Almost every room has some sort of fireplace. This one comes with its own stalactites!
I wouldn’t be the least bit surprised if Sleepy or Grumpy sat up on this bed and yawned.
I bet woodland creatures helped make this place shine before these photos were taken.
All in all, it’s an enchanting property. But if you’re somehow not in love with it yet, just walk out back and you’ll find…
…a gorgeous stone patio with a hot tub! I know, I know, it’s a lot to take in. But there’s one more detail that might be my absolute favorite thing about this property…
…and that’s this treehouse, made from the bark of a real tree! In all seriousness, when can I move in?
To see the full listing, click here.
What a fabulous place! Be sure to share this magical cottage with all your friends and family. Hopefully, someone will turn it into a B&B so that we all get a chance to stay there!