The house is filled with wallpaper and carpets that were more in style in the 1970s (Picture: Zillow.com)
While some homes have gone through serious makeovers during the pandemic, this one hasn’t been decorated since the 1970s.
The time capsule home in Washington, U.S., is on the market for $425,000 (£306,000).
From the outside, it looks like an ordinary bungalow but inside, there are three bedrooms, three bathrooms and living areas, all with some retro decor.
You’ve got lots of patterns, shag carpet and a home bar, with a different wallpaper on each wall.
While it might not quite be to today’s tastes, but you do get over 2,000 square foot of space.
The listing on Zillow reads: ‘A beautiful time capsule to 1970. With amazing, bright wallpaper, shag carpet, sunken hot tub and your own bar, this home was an entertainer’s dream come true.
From the outside, it looks like a normal bungalow (Picture: Zillow.com)
‘On just under 1/2 of an acre in town with a large shop and 2 other outbuildings, there’s room to store all your toys, big and small.’
Lots of people saw the potential and looked past the style after the listing was posted on Facebook and Zillow Gone Wild.
One said: ‘Even though it’s very dated, I feel like you could easily make it look amazing without changing everything. Definitely some elements worth preserving in here!’
The bar area with four differe wallpapers (Picture: Zillow.com)
Each room has a distinctive patterned wallpaper and shag carpet (Picture: Zillow.com)
Another added: ‘Absolutely perfect time capsule. Hollywood location scouts need an APB out on this house.’
Someone else said: ‘I kinda love it. I absolutely would remove at least most of the wallpaper and all of the carpet but it has a sort of chaos happening that is weirdly appealing.’
People were split about whether they’d like to buy the place (Picture: Zillow.com)
But others weren’t so keen.
‘The deeper I got on this, the worse it became. My goodness, not a single thing even remotely went with the stuff around it,’ a woman wrote.
Another added: ‘I understand that this is a 70’s time capsule, but geez!!!! Even for the 70’s this decor is still a nightmare. It’s just every single gawdy carpet and hideous wallpaper they could find mis-matchedly slapped together was their endgame…’
But one commenter revealed a little history about the place.
She said: ‘Yes, the lady that owned this was such a delight! This house would have been all the rage in the 50’s, a great place to entertain!
‘Sadly due to circumstances has not been upgraded but no need to disrespect what was once a showplace! The owner was a little eccentric and that’s what made her interesting!’
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