The late Dick Clark’s Malibu home is back on the market for $2.995 million! The home was listed in 2012 for $3.5 million, but no one seemed to want the bedrock beauty at that price point. A year later, the price was slashed by a whopping $250,000 to $3.25 million. Even with that massive discount, the estate didn’t sell. It’s now listed for $505,000 cheaper than the original listing price, so perhaps 2014 will be the year this unique home sells!
Even if you’re not in love with the interesting architecture and stone aesthetic of the estate, the home comes with a heck of a lot of land: approximately 23 acres! According to the listing, the caveman crib is a Malibu landmark property, boasting a 360-degree view of the Pacific Ocean, Channel Islands and Boney Mountains. The voluminous interior space, paired with multiple windows looking out into the surrounding area, brings a lot of natural light into the abode. Vaulted ceilings give this architectural wonder an expansive feel. But if the buyer gets cabin fever from sitting inside a cave all day, the estate has direct access to national parkland trails and is just minutes from the beach.
If you were going to decorate this home, what items and accent colors do you think would work best in the Stone Age structure?