Lush overgrown rainy forests are probably my favourite type of terrain. Blackwood in Oblivion was my favourite area of the game, and my house was the craftily hidden Deepscorn Hollow, which in ESO is a delve instead. In Morrowind, I loved the Bitter Coast region the best, and spent a lot of time there. In ESO there are no houses there, and Hla Oad and Gnaar Mok don't even exist. I wasn't especially fond of Skyrim because I loathe cold weather & snow, so I spent most of my time in Falkreath hold, as it was the most temperate region with rain instead of snow, and I had my house there. In ESO it is a dungeon instead, and not accessible to otherwise explore. There is Hakkvild's High Hall, but it's on a cold mountain rather than in the forest, and teases mercilessly with that inaccessible gate leading down into Falkreath.
Initially I wasn't very excited for the Blackwood expansion. The Deadlands hold no appeal (yet more fire & brimstone? ugh). No new skill lines or weapons, again. Companions don't really interest me (I hate dealing with pets, escort quests, etc). When I realised the terrain the expansion would be situated in, however, that's what changed my mind, and I looked forward to exploring the landscape and was keen for a cool house there.
TLDR~ So I was looking forward to a cool house in Blackwood amongst the beautiful melancholy woodland. Wizard tower in the swamp. Shack amongst the trees. Something with some surrounding land to appreciate the terrain... but they're all very urban. Was really hoping for something more rural.