The television legend Dick Clark and his wife were the homeowners of the Flintstones House before it was sold in 2014, for $1,777,777
Concrete proves that we live in a strange and a beautiful world and the fact that there is a real live version of the Flinstone’s house. The modern stone age family from the town of Bedrock.
The television legend Dick Clark and his wife were the homeowners of the single-story structure with its rocky interior, that looks just like the home of Fred and Wilma from the classic 60′s cartoon.
Real-world version of the Flintstones’ home has one bedroom and two bathrooms, a fireplace and several large glass windows offering views of city lights and sunsets as well as Serrano Valley, the Boney Mountains, the Channel Islands and the Pacific Ocean.
Three years ago, Dick Clark and his wife decided to sell the property.The iconic television personality, Dick Clark who passed away at 82 just months after listing the home in 2012, originally wanted $3.25 million for the iconic property.
Apparently, not everyone wanted to have a “gay ole time” in the Flinstone themed house, so the property was on and off the market for almost three years.
The property was finally sold in 2014, for $1,777,777, which is the half of the asking price.