Castel Meur, otherwise called La Maison du Gouffre or "the house between the rocks", is a charming cottage wedged between two enormous barbed shakes that has been attracting vacationers to the generally peaceful little town of Plougrescant, found in the bureau of Côtes-d'armor in the locale of Brittany, in France, since the nineteenth century.
The house has her back turned towards the ocean, against which her holder tried to secure her by building the house in a support between the two rocks to shield her from the vicious storms that regular this spot. The little house was inherent 1861, during an era when building grants did not exist, where anybody could manufacture freely. After the death of her unique holder, Castel Meur served as the second home to the relative's family who existed here sporadically. The current inhabitant, the granddaughter of the first ace of the house, has existed here since 2004 in the wake of offering her business in America and returning again to her territory.
Long ago, you could walk up to the house. Anyhow when some Japanese visitors hopped on the top and brought on harm, the owner built a perimeter wall around the property restricting access to the building.
Source : Docarmor Free