Dick Clark’s Unbelievable Flintstones House Dips Below $3 Million

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Dick Clark, god rest his soul, was as treasured a Philadelphian (temporary or otherwise) as they come. But was he eccentric? He was. Did he have idiosyncratic taste in home design. Oh boy. DID HE EVER.

His Malibu property — dubbed the Flintstones home for obvious reasons — has not yet sold despite incredible 360 degree views of the Channel Islands, Boney Mountains and the Pacific. On 23 acres, the home is a nature-lover’s dream, with almost equally easy access to woodsy trails and the beach. And the price has been cut from the original asking price of $3.5 million to $2,995,000.




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• Listing: 1012 Pacific View Rd, Malibu, CA

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  • Cal

    Uneffin’real.

  • Johnny Domino

    With 23 acres and that view, $3M is cheap to teardown and subdivide.

  • Becky

    I want it

  • Ye olde Poster

    With view like that who cares what it looks like

  • tim berr

    It’s fun. The outside not so much but I think could cope with the interior.