Dick Clark has literally been living in the stone age. The producer, and former host of "American Bandstand," has placed his Malibu Flintstones-esque home on the market for a mind-rockin' 3.5 million dollars.
According to it's listing, the one bedroom, two bath house has a beautiful 360 degree view of the Pacific ocean, Channel Islands, Boney Mountains and Serrano Valley. The unique house lays on around 22.89 acres of land on a mountain, and boasts "an ever changing view from every room."
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A bit of a step up from Fred and Wilma Flintstone's home in Bedrock, Clark's high-end cave features a bar, breakfast area, dining room, living room, patio, powder room and wine cellar. If your a caveman interested in this rocky home, fear not about fires and lay off the animal fur. The stone-home features two fireplaces, one in the living room and master bedroom.
No word yet on dinosaurs inhabiting the grounds.