Are you a Flintstones superfan? Have you always wanted a colorful cave-like home to call your own? Well, nestled in the hills south of San Francisco, there's the perfect home for just such a lover of quirky architecture.
The 2,736 square-foot home, designed by William Nicholson in 1976, got its unique shape by spraying concrete over steel and mesh frames inflated by aeronautical balloons.
The inside is just as unique as the outside, featuring a "biologic"-style kitchen by architect Eugene Tsui, with custom appliance nooks, niches, and a glass counter with a steel spine.
And no '70s home would be complete without a conversation pit. The property also has custom glasswork in the bathrooms, and steel doors by a Burning Man artist.
The Hillsborough home is currently listed for $3.195 million.
h/t Popsugar Home