Flintstone House up for sale for a lot more than two Bronto-Burgers

Man, inflation sure has increased to absurd amounts since the Stone Age.

The Flintstone House -- a uniquely designed single-family home in Hillsborough, Calif. so named for its Stone Age-style design and interiors based off the renowned "Flintstones" animated series by Hanna-Barbera -- is up for sale and can absolutely be yours, but you might need to put in some extra time at the quarry. The reported price for the admittedly incredibly constructed home is $4.2 million dollars. Again, dollars, not clams.

As reported by SF Gate, the three-bedroom two-bath house overlooking Interstate 280 just hit the market with Alain Pinel Realtors and last sold in September 1996 for $800,000.

Designed by architect William Nicholson and built in 1976, the home features beautiful interiors right out of the popular "Flintstones" animated series. Unfortunately, it does not come with dinosaur appliances that offer witty, pun-filled quips.

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