Dick Clark’s Real-Life Flintstones House


Legendary TV host Dick Clark and his wife are selling their home in Malibu for $3.5 million. Normally, a celebrity selling a piece of real estate in California is nothing to write about, but, in this case, it’s nearly impossible not to share images of the media tycoon’s Flintstones-inspired house. Based on the classic 60’s cartoon, the specially-designed residence features a cave-like atmosphere with high ceilings. While the rocky structure appears convincing, the space is anything but dark, dank, or cold.

The vast estate features numerous amenities. Despite having only one bedroom, the property boasts two bathrooms, a fireplace, an open patio, and several large glass windows – there is plenty of natural light to illuminate the retreat that sits on 23 acres of land. There is also the added bonus of the spectacular views of Serrano Valley, the Boney Mountains, the Channel Islands, and the Pacific Ocean. Maybe it’s just me, but I feel it’s fitting for Ryan Seacrest to continue following in Clark’s footsteps by purchasing this home. If I had a few million to spare, I just might yabba-dabba-doo it myself.














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