Dick Clark's Absurd 'Flintstones' House Is for Sale
No, you’re not looking at never-before-seen, behind-the-scenes photos from the ‘94 Flintstones film starring John Goodman, Rosie O’Donnell, and Rick freaking Moranis. This is, in fact, the inside of the late Dick Clark’s Malibu home. And, should you feel like waking up in Bedrock every morning, the likelihood of being able to do so just went up, thanks to yet another $250,000 price drop.
According to the listing, the one-bed, two-bath spread sits on a whopping 22 acres and features 360-degree views of the Pacific Ocean, Channel Islands, Boney Mountains, and, of course, a bunch of houses below that you wouldn’t be embarrassed to call home.
It may look primitive, but the kitchen is stocked with everything you’ll need to turn out a gourmet, modern meal of not-brontosaurus burgers.
It’s true, the bathroom is a showstopper, but let’s not pretend giving it a good scrub wouldn’t be tantamount to cleaning a straight-up cave.
Is anyone else getting the vibe that this is the type of bedroom where you would discover a rogue snake slithering around on some mornings? No? Okay.
The property is surrounded by national park land, and there’s direct access to trails and a short trip to the beach. According to the listing it’s in a “pristine and natural area [that's] being discovered by those in the know,” which includes you, now that you’ve read this.
The cozy factor of the spread is amplified by two wood-burning fireplaces.
Not to mention a hot tub that matches the colors of the walls, giving the effect of taking a dip in an actual hot spring.
There is no shortage of reasons why this would be an absurd place to live, but when it comes down to it, we wouldn’t hate it.
Joe McGauley is a senior editor at Supercompressor, and doesn’t believe Ryan Seacrest has the balls to own a place like this.