To the owner of a rather capricious, bulbous home in the delightful Bay Area suburb of Hillsborough, California, it's just a modern Stone Age family home.
But the city itself saw this: an eye-catcher filled with code-breaking, from the unapproved dinosaur sculptures on the lawn to the other oddities that paid homage to the famous 1960s comic book.
In a widely publicized battle with dueling lawsuits that put property rights against government rules, retired publishing mogul Florence Fang reduced the city's arguments to rubble, according to KTVU News.
Hillsborough went to court in 2019 after Ms Fang failed to comply with several stop work assignments, as well as an order to remove the functions around the millions of property with its home of 2730 square meters. Fang then counted according to the news agency.
The agreement reportedly stipulates that the city must review and approve a study of the landscape improvements and in turn, Fang will apply for a building permit. The city will also pay her $ 1