Yabba dabba doo! The late Dick Clark’s famed “Flintstones” Malibu home has finally found a buyer for the bargain price tag of $1,777,777.
The estate first appeared on the market back in 2012 for $3.5 million, but that number wasn’t getting any buyers in this bedrock’s door. A year later, the price was knocked down by a whopping $250,000 to $3.25 million. According to property records, the last listed price for the home before it sold was $2.295 million.
The house is certainly one of a kind, with a unique architectural style which makes it look like it is made out of rocks. And even if you’re not into the whole rock look, the estate sits on approximately 23 acres! Maybe the new owner, who is still unknown, was looking for a little privacy and seclusion when they splashed out the money for this home. The caveman crib also has 360-degree view of the Pacific Ocean, Channel Islands and Boney Mountains.
The interior of the home is just as interesting as the exterior, with multiple windows overlooking the property and vaulted ceilings that add to that “cave” aesthetic. It is a fantastic blend of natural and functional.
Let us know in the comments below if you would want to live like a modern day Flintstone in this bedrock abode or if you prefer a home with a more futuristic appeal, like something from the Jetsons.