Another year, another tiny house (or three) for Kristie Wolfe. And she gets around – she built her first tiny house in Boise, Idaho, a couple of years back; last January we profiled her Hawaiian treehouse; and now she’s setting up a hobbit village on five and a half acres in eastern Washington State. As with her Hawaiian house, Kristie is planning to rent these out on Airbnb; the first, which you see here, can be booked starting in March for $250 per night. The 288-square-foot stick-built cottage is half buried in a hillside with a great view of the misty Cascade Mountains. The exterior features a Tudor-style top over cedar shingles with a round green door made from a spool of cable in the center. (Is that what they use in the Shire?) The bedroom’s immediately through the door, while the bathroom and a sitting room occupying respective sides of the area. Décor and amenities are very nicely done, and include a stone fireplace and a hand-carved wooden sink. Two more cottages will be ready by midyear.