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25 Awesome Underground Homes From Across The Globe

25 Awesome Underground Homes From Across The Globe
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When it comes to living space location, most people want their home to be at least on the surface level, and some like to be a few floors above it. However, a minority of folks take a radically different approach, by building awesome underground homes instead. If you’ve fancied the hobbit’s houses from LOTR and wondered if such a thing was feasible in real life, these 25 examples might just inspire you to plunge into the unknown as well.

Bolton Eco House 

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This underground living space is pretty unique, with the separation of various rooms  that resembles a flower shape.

When it comes to living space location, most people want their home to be at least on the surface level, and some like to be a few floors above it. However, a minority of folks take a radically different approach, by building awesome underground homes instead. If you’ve fancied the hobbit’s houses from LOTR and wondered if such a thing was feasible in real life, these 25 examples might just inspire you to plunge into the unknown as well.

A Boulder House from Portugal

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This awesome house built in a large stone has a very prehistoric Flinstoney feeling to it. We haven’t had the chance to view the inside, but we’re inclined to believe it’s just as cool as the exterior.

When it comes to living space location, most people want their home to be at least on the surface level, and some like to be a few floors above it. However, a minority of folks take a radically different approach, by building awesome underground homes instead. If you’ve fancied the hobbit’s houses from LOTR and wondered if such a thing was feasible in real life, these 25 examples might just inspire you to plunge into the unknown as well.

The Domus Civita in Italy

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Having an underground home doesn’t mean you have to live like a caveman. There are many luxurious underground homes that have pools and countless fancy rooms in which you can relax far away from the dangers that lurk on the planet’s surface.

When it comes to living space location, most people want their home to be at least on the surface level, and some like to be a few floors above it. However, a minority of folks take a radically different approach, by building awesome underground homes instead. If you’ve fancied the hobbit’s houses from LOTR and wondered if such a thing was feasible in real life, these 25 examples might just inspire you to plunge into the unknown as well.

Silvermine Sala in Sweden

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Anyone who’s played The Elder Scrolls series will likely be reminded of it’s various cave locations by this photo, especially the Assassins Guild from Oblivion. There is something strangely appealing about a cold cavern being decorated with retro futuristic furniture.

When it comes to living space location, most people want their home to be at least on the surface level, and some like to be a few floors above it. However, a minority of folks take a radically different approach, by building awesome underground homes instead. If you’ve fancied the hobbit’s houses from LOTR and wondered if such a thing was feasible in real life, these 25 examples might just inspire you to plunge into the unknown as well.

An Iranian Cave Home

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This underground structure is over 700 years old, and it’s been used by countless generations. It’s not modern by any means, but definitely has a historical charm of it’s own.

When it comes to living space location, most people want their home to be at least on the surface level, and some like to be a few floors above it. However, a minority of folks take a radically different approach, by building awesome underground homes instead. If you’ve fancied the hobbit’s houses from LOTR and wondered if such a thing was feasible in real life, these 25 examples might just inspire you to plunge into the unknown as well.

A Concrete House in Madrid

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This underground house is built in a modern style, with very basic and minimalistic lines. Btw, does anyone else get a strange X-files, Area 51 vibe? Hopefully I’m not the only chicken around.

When it comes to living space location, most people want their home to be at least on the surface level, and some like to be a few floors above it. However, a minority of folks take a radically different approach, by building awesome underground homes instead. If you’ve fancied the hobbit’s houses from LOTR and wondered if such a thing was feasible in real life, these 25 examples might just inspire you to plunge into the unknown as well.

The Aloni House From Cycladic Islands

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Just like the previous house, this one also leaves much to the imagination, with the only visible part being the front entrance. It’s easy to imagine this one stretching far and wide underground. Once those bushes grow big enough, it can serve as a really cool hideaway as well.

When it comes to living space location, most people want their home to be at least on the surface level, and some like to be a few floors above it. However, a minority of folks take a radically different approach, by building awesome underground homes instead. If you’ve fancied the hobbit’s houses from LOTR and wondered if such a thing was feasible in real life, these 25 examples might just inspire you to plunge into the unknown as well.

The Malator House In Wales

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This house really looks more like a science observatory. This is where the team from Mutually gather data and develop strategies for writing articles such as this one.

When it comes to living space location, most people want their home to be at least on the surface level, and some like to be a few floors above it. However, a minority of folks take a radically different approach, by building awesome underground homes instead. If you’ve fancied the hobbit’s houses from LOTR and wondered if such a thing was feasible in real life, these 25 examples might just inspire you to plunge into the unknown as well.

Famous Organically Shaped House by Peter Welsch

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The famous architect Peter Welsch set out a goal to design a cool underground home that would fit well with the surrounding nature and cultural environment. This organically shaped house in Dietikon, Switzerland looks like a job well done.

When it comes to living space location, most people want their home to be at least on the surface level, and some like to be a few floors above it. However, a minority of folks take a radically different approach, by building awesome underground homes instead. If you’ve fancied the hobbit’s houses from LOTR and wondered if such a thing was feasible in real life, these 25 examples might just inspire you to plunge into the unknown as well.

House In A Cave In Missouri

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Most of the houses on the list look very tidy and almost uninhabited. This one looks pretty realistic, and probably has a whole family living there. Just goes to show that these houses are actually quite realistic, if you have the time and effort to make it work.

When it comes to living space location, most people want their home to be at least on the surface level, and some like to be a few floors above it. However, a minority of folks take a radically different approach, by building awesome underground homes instead. If you’ve fancied the hobbit’s houses from LOTR and wondered if such a thing was feasible in real life, these 25 examples might just inspire you to plunge into the unknown as well.

Bella Vista Hotel in Italy

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This is an actual hotel with multiple rooms. Being underground, it’s especially cozy and warm during winter, making for a very popular skiing resort.

When it comes to living space location, most people want their home to be at least on the surface level, and some like to be a few floors above it. However, a minority of folks take a radically different approach, by building awesome underground homes instead. If you’ve fancied the hobbit’s houses from LOTR and wondered if such a thing was feasible in real life, these 25 examples might just inspire you to plunge into the unknown as well.

The Hobbit Houses in New Zealand

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These are the actual houses inhabited by hobbits in Lord Of The Rings. Although they didn’t start the trend of cool underground homes, they certainly had a large part in making it more popular for the mainstream public.

When it comes to living space location, most people want their home to be at least on the surface level, and some like to be a few floors above it. However, a minority of folks take a radically different approach, by building awesome underground homes instead. If you’ve fancied the hobbit’s houses from LOTR and wondered if such a thing was feasible in real life, these 25 examples might just inspire you to plunge into the unknown as well.

An Eco-Village in West Wales

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The Welsh people seem to fancy these underground cozy homes, and this whole village is built in this style. It almost looks like the LOTR houses, but these are a bit bigger to fit regular humans who want to walk around with a straight posture.

When it comes to living space location, most people want their home to be at least on the surface level, and some like to be a few floors above it. However, a minority of folks take a radically different approach, by building awesome underground homes instead. If you’ve fancied the hobbit’s houses from LOTR and wondered if such a thing was feasible in real life, these 25 examples might just inspire you to plunge into the unknown as well.

The “Hobbit Motel”

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The famous Woodlyn Park Hobbit Motel shares a clear resemblance with the LOTR hobbit homes. It also came before those, serving as an inspiration for countless underground homes before the LOTR movie frenzy even began.

When it comes to living space location, most people want their home to be at least on the surface level, and some like to be a few floors above it. However, a minority of folks take a radically different approach, by building awesome underground homes instead. If you’ve fancied the hobbit’s houses from LOTR and wondered if such a thing was feasible in real life, these 25 examples might just inspire you to plunge into the unknown as well.

The Round Shaped Underground Home

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This buried home was designed in an elliptical shape in order to look life a UFO. The stairs also add to the mystery of what’s inside.

When it comes to living space location, most people want their home to be at least on the surface level, and some like to be a few floors above it. However, a minority of folks take a radically different approach, by building awesome underground homes instead. If you’ve fancied the hobbit’s houses from LOTR and wondered if such a thing was feasible in real life, these 25 examples might just inspire you to plunge into the unknown as well.

Domus Civita in Italy

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Another cool photo from the Domus Civita, showing off what looks to be a living room or a relaxation area. A very romantic setting as well.

When it comes to living space location, most people want their home to be at least on the surface level, and some like to be a few floors above it. However, a minority of folks take a radically different approach, by building awesome underground homes instead. If you’ve fancied the hobbit’s houses from LOTR and wondered if such a thing was feasible in real life, these 25 examples might just inspire you to plunge into the unknown as well.

Cave House in Nottingham, England

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This cave house has a very aristocratic British vibe to it.

When it comes to living space location, most people want their home to be at least on the surface level, and some like to be a few floors above it. However, a minority of folks take a radically different approach, by building awesome underground homes instead. If you’ve fancied the hobbit’s houses from LOTR and wondered if such a thing was feasible in real life, these 25 examples might just inspire you to plunge into the unknown as well.

Cave Home in Cappadocia, Turkey

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Cappadocia is well known for it’s underground living spaces that resemble entire underground cities. These were used as a way to hide and survive during various enemy raids throughout this troubled land. This picture shows a remarkable surface building that is made from a single rock.

When it comes to living space location, most people want their home to be at least on the surface level, and some like to be a few floors above it. However, a minority of folks take a radically different approach, by building awesome underground homes instead. If you’ve fancied the hobbit’s houses from LOTR and wondered if such a thing was feasible in real life, these 25 examples might just inspire you to plunge into the unknown as well.

The Rock Houses of Island

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A beautiful location that feels like a fresh breeze. Although Island has no trees, the vast green surfaces coupled with mountains and hills makes up for it, especially during spring and summer.

When it comes to living space location, most people want their home to be at least on the surface level, and some like to be a few floors above it. However, a minority of folks take a radically different approach, by building awesome underground homes instead. If you’ve fancied the hobbit’s houses from LOTR and wondered if such a thing was feasible in real life, these 25 examples might just inspire you to plunge into the unknown as well.

Ground Hut in Arizona

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Doesn’t seem like much, but these huts are a cool way to escape from the urban areas from time to time. If you’re an ascetic minimalist type of person, it could perhaps be enough space and comfort to live in long term.

When it comes to living space location, most people want their home to be at least on the surface level, and some like to be a few floors above it. However, a minority of folks take a radically different approach, by building awesome underground homes instead. If you’ve fancied the hobbit’s houses from LOTR and wondered if such a thing was feasible in real life, these 25 examples might just inspire you to plunge into the unknown as well.

Matmata Village in Tunisia

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These sorts of closed living quarters are actually quite common in North Africa and some parts of the Middle East. Pretty cool if you like hanging out with your neighbors!

When it comes to living space location, most people want their home to be at least on the surface level, and some like to be a few floors above it. However, a minority of folks take a radically different approach, by building awesome underground homes instead. If you’ve fancied the hobbit’s houses from LOTR and wondered if such a thing was feasible in real life, these 25 examples might just inspire you to plunge into the unknown as well.

Bad Blumau in Austria

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Austria is famous for it’s long history as a central country of the Habsburg Empire. With so many cool castles, it’s no wonder that someone made an underground home that resembles a castle. And it looks like a very playful candy castle as well.

When it comes to living space location, most people want their home to be at least on the surface level, and some like to be a few floors above it. However, a minority of folks take a radically different approach, by building awesome underground homes instead. If you’ve fancied the hobbit’s houses from LOTR and wondered if such a thing was feasible in real life, these 25 examples might just inspire you to plunge into the unknown as well.

Beckham Creek Cave Lodge in Arkansas

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An interior picture showing just how awesome it can be to live in a cave.

When it comes to living space location, most people want their home to be at least on the surface level, and some like to be a few floors above it. However, a minority of folks take a radically different approach, by building awesome underground homes instead. If you’ve fancied the hobbit’s houses from LOTR and wondered if such a thing was feasible in real life, these 25 examples might just inspire you to plunge into the unknown as well.

House Of Spiritual Retreat in Seville, Spain

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Very modern, this spiritual retreat in Sevilla incorporates straight lines and a wavy passage with it’s green natural surroundings in order to create a zen-like, neutral appearance.

When it comes to living space location, most people want their home to be at least on the surface level, and some like to be a few floors above it. However, a minority of folks take a radically different approach, by building awesome underground homes instead. If you’ve fancied the hobbit’s houses from LOTR and wondered if such a thing was feasible in real life, these 25 examples might just inspire you to plunge into the unknown as well.

Vardezia Cave City in Georgia

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If you just can’t get enough of these underground homes, this is the place to visit. Vardezia Cave City is located in Georgia and it goes to show that not only strange, quirky individuals, but a whole city can live in caves, and make cool architectural developments while doing so as well.

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