If you’re a fan of the television series, ‘The Flintstones’, then you’ll be very happy to know there’s a house in Malibu that’s completely inspired by the hit tv show. Allow us to introduce the Flintstones mansion.
Once owned by the tv legend, Dick Clarke, the home in Malibu is a one story structure with it’s rocky interior looks just like the home of Fred and Wilma from the classic 60′s cartoon. In this feature article we’ll be looking at 14 images of The Flintstones inspired home in Malibu. Proof for certain that home design does not have to be a dull and bland pastime, far from it folks.
About the Flintstones Mansion
Built into the surrounding hills in order to avoid disrupting the natural beauty of the area, the mountainside Flintstones abode is definitely a unique property. The amazing and unique caveman themed home has one rocky bedroom, two bathrooms, and 2,500 square feet with plenty of custom Flintstone inspired detailing thanks to the unusual and bespoke Flintstones design and styles.
14 Images of The Flintstones Inspired Home In Malibu
Just like many other exotic and one of a kind homes in the Malibu hills, the standout feature is the view, but this panorama is particularly breathtaking since the home was built for the amazing vistas. Take a look at the Flintstones mansion series of images below for pictures of the amazing home design as well as the to take in picturesque and prehistoric landscape.
Final Thought : It’s a Rocky World Wilma
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The Flintstones are a much loved television show. As such many Flintstones fans take their affection and love for the show quite seriously indeed. Of course any bespoke home is a big investment. While this rocky Flintstones themed mansion may not be to everyones taste. It is bound to amaze and startle any guest, a true rocky Flintstone themes paradise in prehistoric Malibu, check it out.
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