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Dick Clark’s ‘Flintstones House’ in Malibu

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Jul 16, 2014

Category: Living

While this home might look like it belongs to Fred Flintstone, the stone-age inspired residence was actually owned by the late Dick Clark, a project he built for his wife.

The home definitely looks like it was inspired by the cartoon we all know and love, and was constructed in a way not to disrupt the beautiful scenic hills of Malibu. The dwelling is quite spacious, spanning 2,500 square foot. Even though there is quite a bit of square footage, it only has one bedroom and two bathrooms due to the fact that it was designed specifically for Clark and his wife. It’s also got ocean views for days. The home hit the market a few years back, and after no bites has been re-listed this year with an asking price of just under $3 million.

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