Bay Area 'Flintstone House' Gets A Fitting Makeover

Bay Area homes are known for their unique charm, but the "Flintstone House" is in a category of its own.

The residence, made of orange and purple domes, can be seen from Interstate 280 and is famous for resembling the prehistoric home that Fred Flintstone and his family shared in the 1960s cartoon.

After sitting on the market for two years, it was recently purchased for $2.8 million by media mogul Florence Fang who gave it a fitting makeover.

Fang had a herd of 15-foot-tall dinosaurs, colorful mushrooms, and a giant metal woolly mammoth and giraffe installed in her yard. 

See her fun design below.

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