Far off in Portugal’s Fafe Mountains (everyone knows where that is right?), is A Casa do Penedo, loosely translated as “the House of no fricking warmth whatsover.” Built in 1974 as a cozy country home, Casa do Penedo is carved from and wedged between four giant boulders.
And if that wasn't inviting enough, inside, there’s stone furniture, a fireplace (likely in stone), log railings, and servants quarters. No there are no servants quarters, stupid. This is bloody well Shrek's weekend home.
What could you possibly think would be in this house that is attractive enough to steal? I look at this structure and immediately see primitive wood spoons and hard benches.
This is where I would SEND people if I decided they should suffer. Certainly the Anderson Window contractor did just that. Look at those windows. Not to obsess - but they don't look like windows that open. So... naturally you would suspect the mutton they regularly serve at mealtime would have stunk the joint up.
oh, and p.s. - nice chimney.