This is one house where holidaymakers could have a yabba dabba do time.
Casa do Penedo (The House of Stone) was built in 1974 and is situated in the Fafe mountains of northern Portugal. Its unusual design looks like something out of the stone age! It has been built between four large boulders connected with cement mix.
Built by engineer Guimarães, the castle was meant to be a rural retreat for the holidays for a local family.
When looked at from far, it is just a pile of huge boulders.
Take a closer look, and you will see that it is a house.
It is called Casa de Penedo, which means a cliff house!
With the construction completed in 1974, it makes use of four boulders for support.
The two-storey house is small in size but it is quite cozy
There is also a swimming pool outside and an open-air tank which also houses a natural shape of a large stone boulder.
Also, it is windy always due to the elevation it is located at, 2600 feet!
It is the closest to the Stone Age in all ways, as there is no electricity at this remote house either!