“A house that was frozen in time” goes on the market after the death of the owner “lover of color”

The old capsule house that takes you to Swinging Sixties is on the market, complete with nearly intact interiors.

The three-bedroom house in Brisbane, Australia was a “labor of love” for the former owner, who took extreme measures to protect his dream home from damage.

The late homeowner loved the collision colors and eclectic patterns, with clear evidence to be seen throughout the home.

The woman’s daughter said it was her mother’s “passion” to freeze the insides of psychedelic in the 60s and 70s in time.

A colorful kitchen-dining area

Realtor Michelle Lee of Ray White Eight Mile Plains, who sells properties with her colleague Ken Chin, said the incredible home is no longer of interest.

He told Realestate.com.au: “It was his mother’s passion: these colors. If I found a beautiful color, I would put it on the wall. The apartment is also very unique. It is very beautiful and well cared for.

The house was spread on social networks.

“It is the latest fashion from the 70s, but it is still very well maintained. It looks brand new. Blocked the sunlight, put up curtains to protect the colors.

“If you look at it, you will be surprised how good it is.”

A price guide for the home has not yet been provided and the buyer is accepting offers.

Whenever the owner saw a pattern that he liked, he used it

The list of houses found here reads: “You could not have wished for anything better in this beautiful and well-kept family home. What else do you need?”

“Inspection is a must, suggestions are welcome, because this house won’t last long!”

Thanks to a kind of property, eclectic design and striking patterns, it is one of the most visited objects since its launch.

The amazing house is a throwback to the 1970s.

The house resembles its neighbors on the outside, with a small slope that extends to the property with a small garden in front.

The amazing kitchen is all in a bright orange color with an incomparable design, tile floors and walls that clash.

The main living room is next door, there is no door separating the bedrooms, it is equipped with a beautiful carpet and a gold green wall with leaf print.

A bathroom full of color, a bathroom and a scream

In one of the bedrooms, the copper wallpaper has delicate details that are highlighted by a bold rug.

Another bedroom is quieter with dark brown walls, though your eyes are drawn to the bright red and gold carpet.

Meanwhile, the bathroom has blue Moroccan-looking tiles and an impressive glass pendant – there is a bath and a shower.

Landlord’s daughter is still accepting offers

Another bedroom looks like it was straight out of a 1970s design book, with incredibly attractive wallpaper and an explanatory rug that you tossed in the 1960s.

The second bathroom has a set of bright orange and green tiles highlighted by a muted brown floor.

To the front is an impressive balcony where new residents can sit and watch the world go by.

The kitchen-dining room is full of color

A large garden with plenty of space for activities and a large blue shed to the rear.

Realtor Michelle Lee said that many people are interested in the house, some viewers are interested in the interior.

“It is very popular because of the location and design of the house,” he said.

Someone joked that you would need sunglasses to walk around the house

“Some people think it has a beautiful color (inside), while others say there is a lot of work to do. It is very big. «

The house has gone viral on social media, with people disagreeing with the property’s unique design.

Someone joked, “If you ever wonder why 70s kids have such a simple style, you should look into it. I suggest you put on sunscreen to protect your eyes.

One fan replied, “I love it. Not to live, someone has to protect it like a museum.

Another commented: “Holy bright colors Batman! Each room is a night out. I’m sure there is a laundry room with two old-fashioned tubs.

An embarrassed American replied, “I think it’s a very Australian house, but again, all I know about Australia is from Australian TV.”

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