See the interior of Santa’s house and the little elven houses at the North Pole


The mystery of the exact place where Santa Claus lives and works in the North Pole has always fascinated me. I always wondered if this sounded like the depiction of the claymation Christmas shows?

I always had a lot of questions. Does Santa Claus have more than one house at the North Pole? And what about the elves? Where do they live? With Santa Claus?

I always imagined them living together as collage kids in a dorm. But, how cool would it be if they lived in a tiny house? It would be so awesome.

Apparently zillow.com had the same questions the kids had, so they set out on a quest to find out.

What they found was a comfortable cabin and several small houses in a remote and scenic location in the North Pole.

Here is what they found.

According to Zillow,

A winter lover’s paradise nestled on 25 idyllic acres. The property includes Santa’s main living quarters, a community of tiny elf houses, a state-of-the-art toy-making facility, a garage with space for an all-weather sled, and stables that board eight live reindeer, plus a stall bonus for Red Nosed Company.

Learn more about the property,

The main house is only 2,500 square feet. . . it was built in 1822. . . it underwent a renovation in 2013.. . and has three bedrooms. But the 25-acre property also has a large workshop, reindeer stables, a garage for its big red sled. . . and a bunch of “little houses” where Santa’s elves apparently live.

See the interior of Santa’s house and the little elven houses at the North Pole

Have you ever wondered what Santa’s house looked like on the inside? And where do the elves live? If so, take a look at these awesome photos of the North Pole.

Zillow says the hut, elf houses, workshop, and grounds are worth $ 1,031,401. Which seems really cheap. But, last year it was only a little over $ 800,000 worth, but after a few off-season renovations, the value increased.

I don’t know if you know, but I worked for Santa Claus as an elf, in customer service and media relations. I always wanted Santa to tell me the details of the North Pole and where, exactly, him, Mrs. Claus and the Elves reside, but he was really good at keeping it a secret.

Thank you Zillow for giving us a nice overview of Santa’s hut at the North Pole.

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Wiley C. Thompson