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    I would like a cosy hobbit house.
    Your kisses, sweeter than honey. But guess what, so is my money.

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    There are a lot of underground houses. They are very green, good isolation, etc. But tend to be a bit more expensive to build. We still mainly live in houses because it's the best for the buck.
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    It is plausible in a lot of places, and not so much others. It's very difficult to maintain an underground home. Especially in an environment which is very damp, or "stores water" under the earth. This is why a lot of areas/countries do not build basements in the homes they sell. They're difficult to ventilate, which might lead to toxic/poisonous mold.

    But yes, I've seen plenty of natural/underground housing.

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