The SPG Architects Pawling Residence is Fit for Frodo

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: Aug 3, 2011 • References: spgarchitects & contemporist
The SPG Architects Pawling Residence is reminiscent of the beloved Hobbiton village in Tolkein's Lord of the Rings Trilogy. Although not built into the side of a hill, the house is surrounded by greenery and hilly landscape that makes this residence similar to the famous fictional village.

Hobbiton aside, the home was built for a couple from NYC looking for a place to escape the city. Consisting of two stories and sitting on a five acre plot of land, the residence is practical and cozy, allowing this couple to relax during every vacation. The SPG Architects Pawling Residence is a perfect example of feasible architecture with elegant results.

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