No, it's not the house Fred and Wilma raised Pebbles in, nor does it come with a free Dino.
However, it does possess some of the most iconic and downright weird architecture this world has ever known.
The Flinstone House, designed by architect William Nicholson and built in 1976, was originally envisioned as an experiment in new building materials. What kind of building materials? The dude legit constructed steel domes over giant inflated balloons and filled it with shotcrete. Yes. Just like a giant paper mache.
The three-bedroom and two-bathroomed beastie is now available to buy, remodelled after falling into disrepair in the 1980s.
Check out the pictures and then, if you fancy it, buy the whole thing for £2.4 million. Go on. We dare ya.