Painesville, Ohio: Flintstone HousePrivate home made of spray-foam construction, built by college students. Not really the same house occupied by The Modern Stone Age Family, but you get the idea.
- 7245 Cascade Rd, Painesville, OH
- Exit I-90 at Hwy 44 (exit 200), take Hwy. 44 south for about a mile to Hwy 202 (left). Drive about 3 miles to Cascade Road (left). About a 1/4 mile on your right.
- Private residence, visible from street. (Call to verify)
Visitor Tips and News About Flintstone House
Unusual house in Painesville, with a stone age design and at least one green dinosaur loose in the yard.[Denise, 01/26/2011]
A concrete sculpture created by Wayne Trapp in 1970. I acquired this work of art in 2000 and have enjoyed sharing it with those that I have waved in while they are slowly driving by. If you would care to see Wayne Trapp's creation you can call me at 440-352-4444.[Richard Kristoff, 12/31/2010]
Ha! I was surprised to see this here. I actually got to go inside this house when I was younger. My step-father's cousin lives/lived across the street from them and they gave us a tour. Some of the rooms were connected by little tunnels.[Brian, 02/05/2010]
I like to drive a lot. One day I was on this road in Concord, and I was at the bottom of a big hill and I looked out my side window, and could not believe it! I think it really was a caveman house. It is a very scenic area and worth the glance. Especially for Flintstone Freaks![Mandy C, 03/04/2009]
A friend told me about an awesome looking house he called the Flintstone house. It looks like something straight outta Bedrock; there is even a dinosaur outside. I drove out to see the house a couple times. It has a garage, 4 bedrooms 2 baths -- very large inside. The beds are inside the walls and there are all kinds of spots where you can climb up into the walls and read a book. There's also a small guest house made in the same style. It's made of a foam-type stuff. A spiral staircase inside leads to a small room with stained glass windows.
I can't remember how to get there but maybe someone else does. I heard it was built by college kids in the 70s. It is a private residence -- a fence was put up because of people stopping, but most of that has fallen. You can still see it from the street.[boofy, 10/13/2005]