Connie J. Frawley House December 18th 2018, 17:19:33
Primeval life is so amazing. You possibly can imagine living in a dark cave niche and interact only with clothing made from animal skins that you catch. Or you’ve seen on television shows Flintstones with your child. Funny cartoon of the Stone Age appeared to have a real investment in a place. Someone named Dick Clark may have inherited it from the Stone Age, and now he plans to take it off to the property market.
Dick Clark and his wife obsessed with the romance of the Stone Age Flintstones cartoon. They want to bring it into real life. A little love cave located in Malibu this is a testament to their obsession. This little shack is not as it seems old-fashioned. A cave that equipped with a sweet main bedroom, bathroom with bath, dining room, kitchen and living room, each of which lies in niches without doors. This is Flintstones houses in the real world.
The view from the cave atmosphere is spoiled by a very beautiful Malibu. This place is the origin of Flintstones, which is a meadow in the remote hills Pacific View Road. The love cave is located in an area of 23 acres. The awesomeness is the house surrounding with stunning combination of breadth of ocean scenery, beautiful mountain and city views as well as glitter. More than just a romantic, you can continue to change day and night sights.
Currently the property is removed from the initial price of approximately $3.5 million. All the beauty of the interior, exterior and valuable view deserves to be paid. As a reference you can compare your photos with your Flintstones comic. Not entirely different, and not entirely ancient. To be sure there is beauty in every detail of this home performance. Some include views of photos from all over the windows of the house towards the stunning scenery. Check out our photo gallery that is highly detailed below.