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Casa Del Acantilado Is The House Of Every Hobbit's Dreams

...Hobbits who like to throw parties, that is.

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.

Jesús Granada, architectural photographer
Jesús Granada, architectural photographer
Jesús Granada, architectural photographer
Jesús Granada, architectural photographer
Jesús Granada, architectural photographer
Jesús Granada, architectural photographer
Jesús Granada, architectural photographer
Jesús Granada, architectural photographer
Jesús Granada, architectural photographer
Jesús Granada, architectural photographer
Jesús Granada, architectural photographer
Jesús Granada, architectural photographer

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.

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