If you have ever driven up the 280 Freeway to San Francisco, you must have seen this architectural gem peeking out from the hills. The colorful adobe home is a local landmark nicknamed "The Flintstone House" from its similarity to the cartoon town of Bedrock. The Hillsborough home has been stuck on the market for $3.19 million for over a year, so luckily for us, the owner has now listed the '70s house on Airbnb.
For $750 a night, you can stay at the three-bedroom abode. Designed by architect William Nicholson in 1976, the home was constructed using metal wire frames and giant inflated air balloons to be shaped like a nautilus. With sunken conversation pits and incredible views, you're sure to have an incredible S.F. vacation in this Bay Area treasure.
We think renting this funky and original space is a yabba dabba do.