Real-life Flintstones House’s Dick Clark sold for $ 3.5 M

Flintstones Cave House

Yabba dabba doooooooooooooo, this strange single-family cave house inspired by the Flintstones animated series is located in Malibu, California. Dick Clark as owner intends to sell his real-life Flintstones house for $ 3.5 million, according to Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. Whoever buys the place of “world’s greatest teen” probably feel as if they are channeling another famous: Fred Flintstone. The architect, Phillip Jon Brown said the prehistoric design was dictated by the circumstances. The 23-acre site is located next to the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation, which initially opposed Clark to build a house on the property. “[Clark] dug in his heels and said he wanted to build a house there,” Brown said, “I went out with the idea that if the house was like a rock formation, Park Conservancy that would be. Construction liked the concept. “This is a strange house with large windows, inside the cave of inspiration and a wood stove chimney.

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