You know how every year, leading up to New Year's Eve, we're treated to the same barrage of ads about Dick Clark's Rockin' New Year's Eve and an even greater bombardment of jokes about how he's been hosting these shows since the Stone Age? Well hold on to your pelican garbage dispenser, because we just struck the mother lode.
The 82-year old TV icon has apparently been living in a custom house in Malibu, California on 23-acres of incredibly gorgeous land, and the house looks exactly like how I'd imagine the crib Fred Flintstone to look if he were a baller. That's right, Clark had a home built to look exactly like a suburban Bedrock palace, and now you can take it off his hands for the modest price of $3.5 million.
Great Gazoo, that's some serious coin!
While plenty of acreage comes with the purchase the actual home features just one-bedroom and two-bathrooms alongside vaulted ceilings in the living and dining room areas and two fireplaces.
The buyer will also receive access to a built-in wine cellar and unobstructed views of the Pacific Ocean and other natural surroundings on the massive estate.
The homes listing states that the home has a beautiful 360 degree view of the Pacific ocean, Channel Islands, Boney Mountains and Serrano Valley.
The cave inspired property also features a bar, breakfast area, dining room, living room, patio and powder room among other amenities. (Via the Inquisitr.)
Only in California, and only from an 82-year old TV host who hasn't aged for 45 years, could you buy a 1br/2ba house for $3.5 million simply because it looks a lot like the house from a famous cartoon. Whatever, if I had the cash, I'd buy it. And I'd marry Emma Stone and make her wear a white dress and rock necklace everyday. Hey, criticize me all you want, it's my dream.