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Holy Shit! I can see it now. One day, One-Hun-Lo gets up and says to the wife, "Honey, see that rock formation over there? I think I'll build us a home on it, and throw in a Mother-in-law dwelling as well.". LOL

Fanjingshan or Mount Fanjing, Guizhou province, China.
An other-worldly peak is the highest in the Wuling Mountains at an elevation of 2,570 m (8,430 ft). Fanjingshan is a sacred mountain in Chinese Buddhism, considered to be the bodhimaṇḍa of the Maitreya Buddha. It became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2018.

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I kind of doubt they have water up there without bringing it up from the forest below.  I would not want that job!.  As far as getting rid of water just throw it over the side, but check for an updraft first.  Plus not a good place to be if there was an earthquake. 

I can't help but wonder... How on earth did they get the building materials up there? And where do you park? And what's the charge for the plumber's service call?

Just sayin...

Gee , Two fer the price of one / peak to peak actually !!!!!!!!!!

Wonder if the basement ever floods...?

There a elevator from the garage...?

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