Some of the real estate in Disney's animated classics is pretty appealing, with its sense of whimsy and rustic charm — but it's all just fantasy, right?

Well, for the most part. But if you're in the market for a new house in the Pacific Northwest, you could live in a picture-perfect replica of Snow White's cottage.

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Just walking up the front path, it's clear how special this property is.

It's located in Olalla, Washington — a small community on the shores of Puget Sound, about an hour from Seattle.

The slope of the roofs almost looks hand-drawn.

It's pretty apparent that this isn't any old house — it was clearly designed from the ground up to look just like Snow White's cottage.

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The house isn't that big, but the property is.

Sitting on a 217,800-square foot lot, the lush property is more than big enough to live out your fairy tale dreams.

Let's take a look inside.

The realtor says that there isn't a square corner anywhere, and I certainly don't see any. That gigantic fireplace should provide plenty of heat to keep things warm.

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Just about everything is handcrafted.

From the doors that were painstakingly cut and built using iron work to the hand-carved beams, this is about the farthest thing possible from a boring prefab home.

Much of the wood inside retains its natural shape.

I mean, there's a straight-up tree right in the middle of the kitchen! This pic also shows off how much the walls make the place look like a magical cave.

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At 1.5 stories, this stucco home is pretty cozy.

It's 2,800 square feet, making it a good size for a couple or small family — or even a B&B.

Snow White's kitchen has been upgraded for the 21st century.

While the gorgeous cabinetry fits perfectly into the Snow White vibe, there was no way to make a stainless steel fridge look rustic.

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A curved wooden staircase leads to the second floor nook.

Most of the home's features and rooms are on the first floor, but there is a small second floor area too.

It can be yours for $775,000.

It's really not a bad prize for a totally unique, four-bedroom house. Plus, it's straight out of a fairytale! This cannot be emphasized enough.

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If you could live in any house from a Disney movie, which would it be? Tell us in the comments!