Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Dick Clark's Malibu Home Copied the Flintstones


Photos: Dick Clark's Flintstones-reminiscent Malibu estate

Now we're wondering why Pebbles and Bam Bam (they had a band when they were teenagers, remember?) were never on American Bandstand.  Clearly, Dick Clark was thinking of Bedrock when he built this place.  And the best part is, it is for sale!

Apparently, the outside had to blend with nature in order to be built on the hilltop and still comply with the zoning, but the inside is all Clark's doing.  Perhaps Wilma served as his muse.  

Photos: Dick Clark's Flintstones-reminiscent Malibu estate
From afar, it must look like part of the hills.















For example, here is a dining room where your Bronto burgers will fit right in.

Photos: Dick Clark's Flintstones-reminiscent Malibu estate














Betty could make Barney huge dinosaur ribs in this kitchen.  After all, the appliances might be hidden, but they are probably pretty updated.

Photos: Dick Clark's Flintstones-reminiscent Malibu estate

2500 square feet in an outstanding location in Malibu offering 360 degree views of the ocean with your land surrounded on the other three sides by preserves.  Offering the ultimate privacy, you have to go three miles down a canyon road to get here.

$3 million dollars, reduced by a half mil.  Only one bedroom, though.

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