Do you ever wonder what it would be like to live in the stone age? How about in Fred Flintstone's house? Well one couple decided to style the exterior of their Hillsborough, California home like the popular cartoon "The Flintstones". But they ran into a little trouble when they tried selling the oh-so expensive home back in 2015. So they decided to come up with an ingenious plan to make some money out of it. Now anyone can stay in here for a night that will have you screaming, "Yaba, Daba, Doo!"
From a distance it looks like the entrance to a military hangar.
But when you look even further you’ll notice that this property isn’t quite normal.
It's painted in an assortment of colors typically seen on the popular cartoon.
And while it might look orange and purple now. It used to be painted off-white when it was originally constructed back in 1976.
Giving the house its prehistoric look took some aeronautical type research.
It involved applying shotcrete to the steel rebar structure and a number of mesh frames that were held in place by inflated balloons.
Everything about this place seems like a live-action version of "The Flintstones."
The doors, the windows and even chimney and shrubs surrounding it give it that nifty stone age look.
Ironically, the inside does not match the outside, at least not entirely.
Once you walk in through the front door, you’ll find the inside looks a little more modern. Of course tiling and unique works of arts on the walls make it just as interesting.