Back when this was built and decorated in 1969, we think it's safe to say the home was a pretty happening place to hang — after all, it boasts a wood-paneled family room, intense monochromatic rooms, and velvet galore. Today, a majority of the 3,350-square-foot house hasn't been touched, which means all who enter probably feel like they just walked back in time to a much groovier period.
It starts off somewhat tame in the kitchen, with very vintage wood cabinets. But that's where the neutral palette ends and the color explosion begins. First up? Tons of green in the living room and dining room, which features of a variety of shades seen on the green carpet, window treatments, and furniture. Then there's the master bedroom that looks like it was struck by Cupid's arrow and is flushed in red and pinks. And to round it all out, there's an all-blue bedroom.
But it's not just the color palettes that scream "retro." A few features also make it clear this home was built during a different time, like the giant terrazzo tub that's located smack dab in the middle of the (carpeted!) master bath or the platform underneath the master bedroom's bed. And then, of course, there's the bar that we're praying the future homeowners keep for what we imagine would be a truly spectacular Mad Men-final-season-themed party.
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If you're digging the vintage vibes, you can snatch this home up for $850,000. Just don't be surprised when Hollywood set scouters beg you to keep the decor intact for future projects — the property is already hosting a '60s-inspired photo shoot sometime in the next few weeks.