Love the Flintstones? Now You Can Live in Luxury in This Amazing Cave Home!

by Jamey MortonJanuary 25, 2018

Fred, Wilma, and Now You, Too Can Live in a Luxury Flintstone-esque Cave Home!

In The Flintstone‘s pseudo-Stone Age, Fred, Wilma, and Pebbles had a cushy home filled with records, restaurant food, and pre-industrial technology. And now, you can have all that, too!

In the wilderness of Bisbee, Arizona, you’ll find a one-of-a-kind cave home that’s been outfitted with tons of modern-day amenities in a retreat-like setting. Do you have what it takes to adapt to life in the “wild?” Let’s find out!
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Yabba Dabba Doo! This Arizona Home Is Extraordinary

Located square in the middle of a wildlife habitat, this retreat offers its residents 5,802 square feet of property, together with acres and acres of land. Before you stumble into the cave-like home, admire the great outdoor living that awaits you. If the Stone Age had a spa, this would be it.

With 5 cascading pools, an outdoor hot tub, natural-esque waterfalls, you’ll be able to relax in hot springs as you gaze into the desert landscape. And if you squint and look closely enough, you might just find Dino trotting up towards the home.

If you prefer to live outdoors in true Stone Age style, we won’t blame you. But just wait until you see what the interior living spaces have to offer…

Da-da-da duh da-da! Discover Your New Quirky Cave Home

Aside from the stunning arid landscape, the 2,980 square foot cave home is the property’s focal point. As you enter the home, you’ll realize it’s less like an archaic Flintstone residence, and more like an underground wine bar that you’d find in Central Europe.

Imagine, sipping a glass of Châteauneuf-du-Pape as you relax in the cave-like kitchen and bar space. But before you think you’ve been transported to a centuries-old bar, glance down at the floor: the fun tile pattern instantly jolts you, making you realize that you’re in a one-of-a-kind home.
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Let’s hope you’re comfortable with close quarters, as the three “bedrooms” in the cave house are actually more like “areas,” and not really conventional, walled off spaces. But if you can appreciate the home’s singular details, we think you’ll love the sense of natural space throughout the property.

Aside from the quirky cave home, the property also comes with a more modern 2-story guesthouse, a shop space that doubles as an artist studio, and a carport building. If you’re craving familiar, conventional amenities of the Information Age, you’ll be relieved to learn that the carport building offers bath, laundry, and office space.

Feel like you need another reason to love this home? Well, the property is part of the Firewise program, a country-wide initiative to help save property and lives from wildfire. According to Firewise Principles, we all have a role to play in preserving the boundaries between wild and urban interference. And the owner of this home will learn “how to adapt to living with wildfire and… work together [with neighbors] to take action now to prevent losses.”
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Are You Ready to Live Off the Grid?
While this property isn’t without modern amenities, it is a completely different kind of living. For just shy of $1 million, you can acquire your own Arizona oasis. Sound like your kind of lifestyle?

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About The Author
Jamey Morton
Jamey has been a writer since he discovered science fiction and fantasy in the fourth grade. His early love for all things strange and mysterious has translated into a passion for writing about haunted mansions and other intriguing topics related to real estate and homeownership. Jamey loves nothing more than finding a medieval castle in the middle of New Jersey or a chalet on the coast of Florida. When not researching otherworldly real estate, Jamey can be found writing his series of outer space horror novels in his home in Seattle.