Undulating sustainable hobbit hole fit for a king!

December 7, 2007 at 4:23 pm | Posted in Architecture, Crown Estate, Royal Landscape, Savill Building, Savill Garden, Sustainability, Windsor Great Park | Leave a comment

The Savill Building is so charming, I’d love to live in a miniature version myself! This is looking back at the building from The Savill Garden.

The Savill Building seen from The Savill Garden

P.S. Now I know where Father Christmas really hangs out, as he was cheerfully greeting younger members of the community on the back doorstep of this royal hobbit home. After dog-sledding through Windsor last weekend with his huskies, because foot and mouth disease prevented his cloven four-footed friends from Lapland from venturing to England this year, I am glad to see Saint Nicholas has a pleasant environmentally friendly holiday home in this area đŸ˜‰


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