Woman Who Owns Iconic ‘Flintstones House’ Plans To File Lawsuit Against The City To Keep It
In Hillsborough, California, there is a house unlike any other. It’s called the “Flintstones House,” and it takes themed decor to a whole new level.
The house is bright red, there are giant dinosaurs on the lawn, and there’s a sign that says “Yabba dabba doo!”
In March, the city of Hillsborough sued the homeowner, Florence Fang, over the house. The lawsuit called it a “highly visible eyesore” and a “public nuisance.”
There’s no question that the Flintstones House sticks out. It’s famous not only to Florence’s neighbors but also to anyone who drives past it on the interstate. But it’s also clearly a passion project for Florence, and she’s not giving up without a fight.
She announced that she plans to file her own lawsuit against the city.
Florence says the city infringed on her freedom of speech by making her remove several dinosaurs from her yard.
“They have a lawsuit that says tear down the whole thing — even the retaining wall. I do not understand,” Florence said, according to KPIX 5.
Florence’s lawyer, Angela Alioto, also alleges that Florence has been the victim of racial discrimination. She bought the Flintstones house in 2017; prior owners had lived there for decades. None of them have had comparable issues with the home, Angela says.