‘Time capsule’ home hasn’t been decorated since 70s goes on market for £306k

A "time capsule" home has just gone on the property market for £306,000 ($425,000).

The bungalow might look ordinary from the outside but once you step indoors, it's totally different.

In the house located in Washington, US, there are three bedrooms, three bathrooms and living areas to enjoy.

There are loads of patterns, shag carpet and even a home bar with a different wallpaper on each wall.

It boasts 2,000 square foot of space so it's a pretty awesome deal if you think about it.

The three-bedroom property was listed on Zillow which described it as a "beautiful time capsule to 1970".

It added: "With amazing, bright wallpaper, shag carpet, sunken hot tub and your own bar, it was an entertainer's dream come true.

"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."

Many property fans saw the potential of the home after the listing was posted on Facebook and Zillow Gone Wild.

One wrote: "Even though it's very dated, I feel like you could easily make it look amazing without changing everything."

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They added: "Definitely some elements worth preserving in here!"

Another commented: "Absolutely perfect time capsule. Hollywood location scouts need an APB out on this house."

A third wrote: "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."

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However, other fans weren't keen on the property listed on Zillow.

One wrote: "The deeper I got on this, the worse it became. Not a single thing even remotely went with the stuff around it."

Another added: "I understand that this is a 70s time capsule, but geez! Even for the 70s 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…"

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