39 Year Old Hillsborough Landmark “Flintstone’s House” Listed in the Market for $4.2 Million
The 39-year-old Flintstone's House at 45 Berryessa Way, overlooking Interstate 280 just outside San Francisco, has been listed in the market by real estate agent Judy Meuschke of the San Francisco and Peninsula Realtor. The house is now on sale for $4.2 million.
The dome house was designed by architect William Nicholson and built in 1976. According to Los Angeles Times, the peculiar shape of the three-bedroom, two-bathroom house was created by molding wire around large balloons and then spraying the surface with gunite. There's 2,730 square feet of living space within the home's rounded exterior walls, which were originally white but were later painted orange. One dome is now purple.
In an interview, real estate agent Judy Meuschke told NBC Bay Area's Ian Cull that the owner of the house wish to remain anonymous and that they wanted just to move-on after 19 years of living in the landmark. "You can see by her artwork and her furnishings and the things she collected that she loved this place." "We felt that's a pretty good price for a landmark," Meuschke added regarding the $4.2 million asking price.
Zillow previously estimated the market value of the Flintstone house to be at $3,018,875.
In a public records amassed by Redfin Corporation, The property was last sold on September 5, 1996 at $800,000.
The latest renovations of the house includes a unique kitchen by renowned architect of unusual design in Asia and Europe Eugene Tsui, steel coiled doors created by Burning Man artist Dan Das Mann, custom glass from John Lewis Glass Studio in the kitchen, and an Italian Catellini & Smith medusa chandelier.
The Flintstone House according to San Francisco Curbed was also called "Barbapapa House" after the circular, shape-shifting creatures featured in a children's book from the 1970s.
The house is available for showing by appointments only. Meuschke also have no plans at the moment to host an open house for the property.