An iconic house in Hillsborough known as the "Flintstones House" has sold for $2.8 million.

An iconic house in Hillsborough known as the "Flintstones House" has sold for $2.8 million.

‘Flintstones House’ sells for $2.8M in cash to mystery buyer

The iconic Flintstones House in Hillsborough sold for $2.8 million Tuesday to an undisclosed buyer, according to real estate website Redfin.

The house has encouraged more than a few rubbernecking drivers along Interstate Highway 280 since it was built in 1976. The house was originally on the market for $4.2 million but saw price cuts since then, according to Curbed SF.

Korie Edises last purchased the home in 1996 for $800,000, according to Curbed SF.

Redfin described the house as “a series of rusty orange blobs relaxing in the hills over I-280 in Hillsborough—is an unofficial South Bay landmark.”

The new owner is local and called the house, “a piece of art, outside and in,” according to Redfin.

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