Snow White’s Cottage
This is a real-life Snow White’s cottage where it can be believed the seven dwarfs live too. In fact, Zillow Porchlight where the house is featured shares the “home was built with fairy tales in mind, but not just Snow White’s cottage. The owner, Evonne Bess, calls an island on the property “Shrek Island.”
There is even “a two-story tree trunk that runs up the middle of the living area the owner refers to as the wishing tree.”
You might wonder where this idyllic storybook cottage is located. It is in Olalla, WA on Hidden Valley Way with four bedrooms and four-and-a-half baths (for all those dwarfs).
The owner ran this magical place as a B & B and then as a place to hold weddings. It is now for sale so if you think this cottage is the fairest of them all, now is the time.
Upon seeing the cottage for the first time, Snow White said “Oh, it’s adorable! Just like a doll’s house.”
This house is amazing. Notice how no stone was left unturned for authenticity for Snow White’s cottage like the steeply pitched roofline and the shingles that look like the dwarfs built them.
Tree with a waterwheel.
Now that you know Snow White’s cottage really does exist, don’t let anyone tell you fairy tales don’t come true.
Snow White’s cottage: The kitchen has a fantasy hearth and the two-story tree trunk that runs up the middle of the living area. Yet the kitchen has a modern cooktop, island, built-in oven and other conveniences.
Every structure is curved with no straight edges. I am fascinated by the two arched cubby holes on the kitchen countertop.
I am captivated by the little door on the left that looks just the right size for little people.
One of the Bedrooms:
The owner suggests: “The plaster “icicles” hanging from the ceiling in two of the bedrooms are reminiscent of “Frozen.”
I am smitten with this storybook cottage and so happy to know someone took the time to build a fantasy house.
Snow White’s Cottage is now $775,000 if you want to live in an unusual home or just looking to attract a prince.