Hillsborough's most recognizable piece of real estate is still on the market — now for a million dollars less than the original asking price.
The so-called "Flintstone House," a 2,730-square-foot home at 45 Berryessa Way, listed in September 2015 for $4.2 million. The home is still for sale and after two reductions, the price is now $3.2 million.
Visible from Interstate 280, the 40-year-old, three bedroom, two bathroom house is striking for its amorphous dome shapes, made of wire and shotcrete.
According to Redfin, the last sold price was $800,000 in 1996.
Listing agent Judy Meuschke gave NBC Bay Area an exclusive tour of the home in September 2015 — through the brightly-hued conversation pit and into the quirky kitchen.
"We felt that's a pretty good price for a landmark," Meuschke said of the $4.2 million asking price at the time.