Learned about this place while fooling around online... I couldn't find anything more current as to what is happeneing with the cottage now, but I imagine it all cozy and lovely (yes, much like Bag End). Anyone know more than what I copied from a Worcestershire news paper?
Rock Cottage, which is hewn out of a sandstone cliff near Wolverley, Worcestershire, was last occupied in the late 1940s. Bidding started at £25,000 and interested buyers came from around the world to view it, but it was eventually sold to a neighbor for 100,000.
The cottage made of 3 adjoining caves was built in the 1770s and has no electricity or water supply but boasts a front door, windows and fireplaces, as well as a pantry, sitting room and a bedroom. It also includes nearly five acres of mixed woodland and garden land and is being auctioned on Wednesday following the death of the previous owner.