8 Most Dangerous Homes Where People Actually Live

House built in the 1950s on the smallest inhabited island in the world, Just Enough Room Island. Hope they have flood insurance.

Thousand Islands, St. Lawrence River

Lichtenstein Castle is a fairytale castle in Germany that was built in 1842. It's perched on a cliff and has a hole in the plaster from a World War II shell.

Lichtenstein Castle, Germany

Takasugi-An, Japan

A treetop teahouse in Japan was built by architect Eero Nobu Fujimori. It's made of chestnut wood and can only be reached by a ladder.

Meteora is a group of monasteries perched on sandstone peaks in Greece. They were founded in the 14th century by monks who sought solitude and protection. Today, they are one of the most popular tourist destinations in Greece.

Meteora Monasteries, Greece

The Hanging Monastery is a 1,500-year-old temple in China that is built on a cliff. It is dedicated to Confucianism, Taoism, and Buddhism. The temple is an architectural wonder and has survived many centuries of winds and storms.

Hanging Temple, China

The Cliff House is a restaurant in San Francisco that has been destroyed twice and rebuilt. It is a popular spot for fine dining and amazing views.

Cliff House, San Francisco

Castellfollit De La Roca, Spain

Castellfollit de la Roca is a medieval town in Spain that is built on a 160-foot-tall basalt cliff. It is a popular tourist destination for its stunning views.

The Chemosphere is a unique octagonal house in Los Angeles designed by John Lautner in 1960. It is worth $3.5 million.

Chemosphere, Los Angeles