Walk inside the iconic 'Flinstone House,' its unique interior is totally wild

Perched atop the hill that overlooks a stretch of Interstate 280 in Hillsborough, California, an iconic Bay Area home sits in view of all the bustling traffic down below. Natives know it as the "Flinstone House."
The idea of the home came from the mind of William Nicholson nearly four decades ago, according to the SFGate. Nicholson wanted to do away with typical building materials and the traditional layout of a home. He strived for something a little more unique. That goal was certainly accomplished. 
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The living room is spacious with a beautiful view. It also has a fireplace and show-stopping chandelier.
Here's the kitchen:
Family room: 
Observe the details:
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The view:
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