Somebody call Frodo, because we just found his ideal dwelling place.
The incredible Casa Del Acantilado is built into a seaside cliff on Spain's charming southern coast. Its wavy, undulating roof -- made from shimmery zinc tiles -- is meant to mimic a dragon's scales, architects Pablo Gil and Jaime Bartolomé told Designboom.
We'd also call it a modern hobbit's paradise. The interior of this cave-like home has a sleek, two-tier living room that accommodates up to 70 guests for dancing and dining. Visitors can also lounge on the balconies or in a pool overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Mmm.
Casa Del Acantilado's upper level has three bedrooms, with a sliding wall that lets two of the rooms become one. There's an ensuite bathroom and stunning views to boot.
Madrid-based GilBartolome Architecture built the house for a young couple who wasn't quite sure how to handle their cliffside plot of land, Dezeen reports. While there's a slim chance that we'll ever live in this incredible home, it's certainly enough inspiration to book a room at a cliffside retreat sometime soon.