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Want to live in the cottage from ‘Snow White?’ You can buy this reproduction for $775,000

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The home is set on 5 acres of land.
The home is set on 5 acres. John L. Scott Real Estate

Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, it’s off to Olalla, Wash., you go — that is if you want to live in the house like the one from “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.”

3395 S.E. Hidden Valley Way is listed for $775,000 and has four bedrooms, 4.5 baths, and 2,800 square feet of living space, but you’ll notice quickly that it is not your average home.

One family loved the 1937 Disney film so much, they decided to reproduce the home the seven dwarfs lived in, TopTenRealEstateDeals.com reported. The home was built in 1982.

The original family moved out in 2005, and the subsequent owner continued updating the home to keep with the fairy tale theme.

The house, on five wooded acres, is on a dead-end street behind a gated entry and accessible from a wooden bridge, from which you will immediately notice the sloped roofs and whimsical architecture. Inside, there are stuccoed walls, hand-carved beams, and rounded hand-built wooden doors. Throughout the home there are tree trunks, stone fireplaces, and plenty of other details that will you back to the fairy tale of your childhood.

On the property there is a hot tub/spa, a patio, RV parking, a creek, a garden, and fruit trees. Don’t forget the treehouse with a fireplace.

Really, you just need to see it for yourself:

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