82-year-old Dick Clark has long been famous for his youthful appearance.  And it would seem that his taste in architecture has also been frozen in time — prehistoric time, that is.

The entertainment legend is selling his longtime ‘Flintstones’-style Malibu home for the very modern price of $3.5 million. Although only one bedroom, the cave-like property has some other pretty terrific attributes, which are laid out in its listing.

Rare opportunity to own one of Malibu’s landmark properties, featuring unparalleled 360 degree views of the Pacific Ocean, Channel Islands, Boney Mountains, Serrano Valley, sunsets & city lights. An imaginative architectural creation nestled atop a mountain on approx. 22.89 acres surrounded by breathtaking ocean & mountain views influenced by changing light. Truly exceptional from within & without- the architecture of this home seamlessly marries form, function & beauty.

As cool as that sounds, $3.5 million is a bit steep to spend on ‘Flintstones’ nostalgia and a great view. However, it would still arguably be better than the deal anyone who paid six bucks to see 1994′s notoriously lousy ‘Flintstones’ live action movie got . Check out more photos of this most unique dwelling below.