The WItches House: 14 Real Life Fairy Tale Houses That Will Make You Believe Again

14 Real Life Fairy Tale Houses That Will Make You Believe Again

Check out these amazing real life fairy tale cottages from around the world. Wouldn’t you just love to live in one? Maison de Sorcière Avec Ciel d’orage in France Forest House in Netherlands Stone …

Oh how I wish I could live here

Maison de Sorcière, France, looks a little creepy.It also looks like just the house for a witch.

Colorful House/A psychedelic house of Russian blacksmith in a Russian village near Yekaterinburg city (Kunar village, Ural, Russia).

(somewhere in) Yekaterinburg, Russia - such an interesting artistic house/building. Front part of the house decorated by the Russian blacksmith, Sergey Kirillov, begun in completed in

Cottage in Germany - ADORE

Alexandre Dumas’ hideaway on the grounds of Monte Cristo Castle in Marly le Roi, France. Monte Cristo Castle in Marly le Roi, France.

Let's go,Sweetheart! Bishop Castle, Pueblo, Colorado

[Image Source] Bishop Castle started as a family construction project situated in the Wet Mountains of Southern Colorado in the San Isabel National Forest located North West of Rye, Colorado.The castle is named after its constructor, Jim Bishop.

24 constructions de contes de fées de Norvège…

900 year old church. Borgund Stave Church is a stave church located in Borgund, Lærdal, Norway. It is classified as a triple nave stave church of the so-called Sogn-type. This is also the best preserved of Norway's 28 extant stave churches.

Medieval House, St. Paul De Vence, France

Love the stonework on the incline at the base of this Medieval House, St. Paul de Vence, France photo via diario

Found on Flickr - small cottage with carved faces on the arches, like something out of a fairytale - nice quality photo too!

Fairy Tale Cottage, Eftling, The Netherlands photo via snow -Love the details over the doors

Hobbit house in Cotswolds, England was originally built as a barn for sheep which the builder could not stop adding to until the city made him stop.

fenestra-ad-scientiam: “ This ‘Hobbit House’ was built without planning permission by a local eccentric artist. It started as a simple single height building but grew and grew. It took over ten years.