Dick Clark’s Flinstone-Cave Home Waits For Buyer After Price Chop

Is no one buying Flinstones-looking houses these days? The late Dick Clark's wacky pad, which is truly like nothing you've seen before, went on the market last February for $3.5 million and has just been price chopped to $3.25 million, reports Curbed.

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Is no one buying Flinstones-looking houses these days? The late Dick Clark's wacky pad, which is truly like nothing you've seen before, went on the market last February for $3.5 million and has just been price chopped to $3.25 million, reports <a href="http://la.curbed.com/archives/2013/02/dick_clarks_nutty_flintstonesstyle_house_gets_250k_chop.php" target="_blank">Curbed</a>.
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The home's master suite opens to the rest of the home, creating a flowing and open yet intimate ambiance.
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The 22.89 acres of property allow plenty of privacy.
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The listing says the architecture "seamlessly marries form, function and beauty." And that's one way to put it.
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Even if someone wasn't going to buy the property for the unique architecture, you'd think someone would be captivated enough by the views.
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Particularly at night, the imaginative home looks like it was torn from the pages of a comic book.
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The home is surrounded by both ocean and mountain views, all of it breathtaking.
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Vaulted ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace, and spacious rooms make this home an intimate place to impress guests.
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Innovative use of glass allow exceptional views and lets in plenty of light.
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The kitchen's decor fits seamlessly with the rest of the home.
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Even the bathroom takes on the Flinstones feel.
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