The Real-life Flintstones House Tauheed Ahmad May 24, 2017 Travel 620 The incredible holiday home is carved between four granite boulders and comes with a swimming pool and bulletproof windows but there’s no electricity. It looks primitive but the stone house is well-equipped with a fireplace and a pool carved out of one of the rocks could have been a yabba dabba do time. The real life Flintstones house also known as Casa do Penedo, or House of Stone. This strange dwelling was built-in northern Portugal’s Fafe Mountains perched at an elevation of nearly 2,600ft. This house has been converting into tourist magnet after being transformed into a museum though earlier this was a holiday home by a family. Now this stone of house has earned a reputation as a real-life “Flintstones house”. However, it is ot precise, why the original owners required bulletproof doors and windows. Portuguese photographer Ricardo Oliveira Mateus, 34, recently returned to the 16.5-ft tall house to capture its unusual character. The house was built-in 1972 from four large boulders that serve as the foundation, walls and ceiling of the house. Due to its uncommon design and integration into the surrounding nature, the building has become a growing tourist attraction being really impressed by the house architecture and the magnificent view around it Ricardo Oliveira Mateus said the home has become a tourist draw ‘due to its unusual design and integration into the surrounding nature’ Photographer Ricardo Oliveira Mateus said the stone house is now a small museum of relics and photographs from Penedo’s history Once used as a holiday home by a family, the house has become a growing tourist attraction after it was transformed into a museum Located in Portugal’s Fafe Mountains, the home is nestled between four granite boulders and overlooks a picturesque valley Known as Casa do Penedo, or House of Stone, this bizarre dwelling in northern Portugal has earned a reputation as a ‘Flintstones house’ Even though a wind farm is located nearby, the house does not have any electricity; former occupants used candles at night Casa do Penedo has bulletproof doors and windows, and a swimming pool carved into one of the large granite boulders Casa do Penedo earned its ‘Flintstones’ nickname due to its resemblance to stone houses from the classic animated TV series .Source: Dailymail With bulletproof doors and windows, the ‘Flintstones house’ may be the most impregnable yet bizarre dwelling on the planet Republished by Blog Post Promoter Related PostsExquisite Home Embedded In Cliff Will Feel You’re Under The SeaBricklayer Transforms Ordinary Stone into Hypnotically Detailed SculpturesCleft Island, A Granite Island of Wilsons Promontory in AustraliaFully Functional Home Designed for Spectacular Views of the AlpsAmazing Tubular Glass House Built Around TreeEgg Shaped Tree House Secretly placed on Canada WoodsHalf Dome Hike California United StatesThe Tower of KamyenyetsLion of Kea GreeceKummakivi: The Natural Geological Formation in the Dense Forest of FinlandWater Tower Converted Into Livable HomeThe Stone Spheres of Costa Rica Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.