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 its 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.
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 you're 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.
The home has a view of the canyon, city lights, green belt, mountains, ocean, and white water. MLS
Dick Clark's one bedroom, two bath, Malibu home is listed at 3,500,000. MLS
Dick Clark's home features a bar, breakfast area, dining room, living room, open patio, powder room, and wine cellar. MLS
The listing names this home as "art as architecture at it's finest." MLS
The living room and master bedroom contain fireplaces. MLS
Each room in Dick Clark's home features beautiful views. MLS