Starting next week, for $4.2 million, diehard fans of the classic cartoon, The Flintstones, can own a home that is almost identical in style to the one featured in the beloved television show.
Though inspired by a cartoon house based in an prehistoric era, this real-life version has a very modern feel. Featuring the designs of the likes of Eugene Tsui, Dan Das Mann, and John Lewis Glass Studio, the colorful 2,730-square-foot house includes three bedrooms, two bathrooms, an intimate living room with a sunk-in conversation pit and a fireplace, and views of Crystal Springs Reservoir.
The current asking price for the Californian tourist attraction, which can be seen by anyone traveling on San Francisco’s Interstate 280, has been called a "pretty good price" by Judy Meuschke of Alain Pinel Realtors, who will be listing the home.
There isn’t much information available on the former owners of the Flintstone House, but it has been reported that whoever did live there did so for almost 20 years following their purchase of the property for $800,000. More information on the Flintstone House can be found here.
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