Dick Clark's 'Flintstones' Home Reduced To $3.25 Million (VIDEO) (PHOTOS)

If you watched Saturday morning cartoons, then the answer is 'yes.'

Fred, Wilma and the gang have moved out of their lofty abode and Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage is still doing their best to find a new family to replace them.

We kid. But joking aside, perched atop a mountain overlooking the Pacific Ocean is a Malibu estate belonging to Dick Clark, dubbed the "Flintstones" house because of the uncanny resemblance to the Hanna-Barbera cartoon. And it's now up for grabs at a discounted $3.25 million, according to Curbed Los Angeles. Originally posted for $3.5 million, the drop was quite a slash for the iconic home. After looking at the architectural features and the remarkable designs, we think it's worth every penny.

TMZ called the property "an unsellable freak of architecture" after nearly a year on the market. Unsellable? Maybe. Freak of architecture? Not a chance. In addition to its cultural presence (after all, Bedrock is the stuff of childhood legends), the one-bedroom, two-bathroom house boasts a unique space that sets it apart from ordinary houses. Between the cavernous rooms and the colossal structures that divide them, the stone-age appeal is hard to resist. And did we mention how extraordinary the views are?

To assess this property yourself, browse through our photo slideshow. And be sure to tell us what you think in the comments.

The 'Flintstone's Home'

Dick Clark's 'Flintstone's Home'

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