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If your style leans more toward “modern stone-age,” do we have the house for you. No, the home isn’t nestled in the town of Bedrock. It’s a one-bedroom, two-bathroom, mountaintop retreat on 22.89 acres in sunny Malibu.
For a mere $3.25 million, you can live in the actual man-cave that rock-n-roll legend, Dick Clark, once owned. Sounds like a yabba-dabba-doo time, to us.
Dick Clark Meets the Flintstones
maliburomanticretreat.comNo one can confirm when the house was built, who the architect was, or that that Clark’s house was even built to look like Fred and Wilma’s…but come on. Look at that thing.
Brontosaurus Burgers Anyone?
maliburomanticretreat.comDine in rustic style, around a table that would probably not topple under the weight of a rack of dino ribs.
Go Paleo in Your Gourmet Kitchen
maliburomanticretreat.comDon’t let the raw stone cabinets fool you, this kitchen has all the modern luxuries.
Cozy Family Room
maliburomanticretreat.comCan’t you just see little Pebbles curled up on the couch, playing on her tablet? (Tablet! Get it?)
Recreate History in the Bedroom
maliburomanticretreat.comLucy and Ricardo weren’t the first TV couple to share a bed. It was Fred and Wilma!
maliburomanticretreat.comSounds chilly! On the other hand, we bet it’s a snap to clean.
maliburomanticretreat.comWhen you’re ready to leave the cave, you’ll have plenty to do. The house has 360-degree views of the Pacific Ocean, the Channel Islands, the Boney Mountains and Serrano Valley.
maliburomanticretreat.comWe’d love to buy this house, but don’t have a spare $3.25 million lying around. Guess we’ll just have to Chaaaaaaarge It!