The Inside of the Real-Life Flintstone House Is Even Crazier Than the Outside

Searching for a new home to suit your modern Stone Age family? Look no further than this three-bedroom, two-bath abode in the San Francisco Bay Area suburb of Hillsborough, CA. The iconic home, which looks straight out of The Flintstones, just hit the market for the first time in nearly 20 years for $3.2 million. Nestled into the hillside overlooking a picturesque reservoir, the iconic multidomed abode is hard to miss. The listing explains that the famous domes were painstakingly constructed in 1976 by spraying concrete onto steel and mesh frames over inflated aeronautical balloons.

The interiors of the 2,730-square-foot home do not disappoint. With steel doors made by a Burning Man artist, custom glasswork, and a huge circular conversation pit in the living room built with orange plaster, the interior builds on the unique exterior. The kitchen was designed by a famed architect and features a diagonal metal spine visible beneath glass countertops, "biologic"-themed custom cabinets, and lighted niches and appliance nooks.

Check out this one-of-a-kind home for yourself in the slideshow ahead.