by Chris Wilson
This striking Spanish home inspired by a dragon’s face was built by Madrid-based firm GilBartolome Architects on a an impressively steep, 42-degree cliff in Spain’s Grenada province that overlooks the Mediterranean Sea.
The fire-breathing property—which evokes the mythic monster courtesy of windowed eyes and mouth and a scaly zinc roof—is mostly buried underground and owned by a wealthy couple who had it specially-designed in 2015 to perch atop the extremely rugged plot of land they own.
The split-level living room of the one-of-a-kind home, dubbed House on a Cliff, features a cantilevered terrace, three bedrooms, glass balconies, and a swimming pool on the lower level—all with stunning views of the gorgeous blue-green waters below.
While we’re fairly certain that no real dragons were used in conjuring up the home’s magical design, there’s no doubt that it totally slays.
This article originally appeared here.