The bizarre and controversial ‘Flintstones House’ sold for $2.8M

In May, after several years on the market, a unique house situated in the affluent town of Hillsborough, California, finally found a buyer.

We now know, thanks to Curbed SF, exactly how much the new owner ended up paying for it: $2.8 million.

Known by Bay Area locals as the “Flintstones House” for its kooky attributes, the house was originally listed for $4.2 million in 2015. It underwent several price chops and was most recently listed for $3.19 million.

Many neighbors call the home an eyesore, especially after it was painted orange and purple, according to Business Insider. But others in this wealthy suburb of San Francisco consider it a landmark that’s beloved for its quirkiness.

Take a look around the home that has divided a community. Judy Meuschke of Alain Pinel Realtors had the listing.