It took 100 tons of stone to build ‘Snow White’s cottage’

This house in Olalla, Wash., modeled after Snow White’s movie-famous cottage, has an amazing backstory. It’s on the market for $775,000. Take a tour of its fanciful exteriors and grottolike interiors.

About 100 tons of stone was carted in for the home, built by Richey and Karen Morgan.

The Morgans built their home between the late 1970s and 2005.

Their model was the quaint home in the 1937 Disney film, “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.”

Though it sure looks dwarfish from the outside, the home is 2,800 square feet over two stories, and sits on 7 1/2 acres.

The grounds have birdbaths and other fittingly enchanted features.

Appropriately, a pathway winds over an arched bridge that traverses a babbling brook.

The path is lit by lanterns.

There’s even a picturesque treehouse on the property.

Inside, there are four bedrooms and 4 1/2 bathrooms.

The doors are all handmade from wood and have iron…

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