This is the renowned (in some circles) Stone House in Portugal.
Inspired by The Flintstones & built between two gigantic (sacred?) rocks that were already sitting on the mountain, it is apparently ultra luxurious inside, despired the remote location and all.
I’m not so sure about it, luxe or not.
Feng-Shui-wise, that is a fuq of a lot of “Earth” and it looks like it is squeezing the house together, like it is in a vice.
FYI: They say that in Feng Shui (and acupuncture, as Feng Shui IS just acupuncture in space) that you need a harmonious balance of the Five Elements: Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal and Water. Stone = Earth.
But if those massive rocks are like sacred Geomancy conductors at the apex of ley lines, this could be quite spesh.
WHY do so many scribes discount magic in their reportage?
Other than that, i think if i lived here it would awaken cheesy Celt fantasies. I wouldn’t want to be in there pretending to make paella and talking about whether or not the I.M.F. is any better at predicting the economy than weather bureaus are at seasons.
I’d want Aragorn or someone to be galloping in.