The ‘Flintstones House’ Is Up For Sale, Now You Too Can Live Like A Cartoon Caveman

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Judy Meuschke-San Francisco/Peninsula Realtor

Yabba dabba doo! In great news for fans of The Flintstones, an iconic property outside San Fransisco which resembles Fred and Wilma’s prehistoric Bedrock home has just gone up for sale.

However, the famous ‘Flintstone house’ won’t come cheap – the dome-shaped dwelling in Hillsborough, California will set you back an eye watering $4.2 million (£2.8m).

The unconventional stone age style mansion, designed by architect William Nicholson and built in 1976, is made of wire and shotcrete and comes complete with three bedrooms and two bathrooms.

Listing agent Judy Meuschke shared images of the property on Facebook and said:

Many of you have seen this house from Highway 280 for years. Your curiosity will be satisfied when you see the great photos.

And, to be fair, it does look pretty incredible. Take a page right out of history and check out the epic Flintstones themed house below:

Judy Meuschke-San Francisco/Peninsula Realtor
Judy Meuschke-San Francisco/Peninsula Realtor
Judy Meuschke-San Francisco/Peninsula Realtor
Judy Meuschke-San Francisco/Peninsula Realtor
Judy Meuschke-San Francisco/Peninsula Realtor
Judy Meuschke-San Francisco/Peninsula Realtor

Wilmaaaaaaaaaa – have you got a spare few million quid lying around?