Published Oct 31, 2016 at 8:06 AM | Updated at 1:39 PM EDT on Mar 16, 2019
Tourists come to the Bay Area to see the Golden Gate Bridge, the Alcatraz Island and visit the wine country, among other things, but some come to see the "Flintstones House" in Hillsborough.
The colorful residence, which can be seen from highway 280, was designed in 1976 by Bay Area architect William Nicholson.
But now, the city says the iconic home is a public nuisance in a lawsuit filed Friday.
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