A house that could render even the idea of a time machine moot has landed on the Lee’s Summit, Missouri, real estate market for a crisp $375,000.
And why? Because of its amazing throwback to the 1970s, the photos show.
“Rare opportunity! Immaculate and incredibly spacious, custom, one owner, all brick, 1.5 story reverse ranch home in a quiet Lee’s Summit neighborhood,” the listing on Zillow.com says.
The four-bedroom, five-bathroom home looks as if it has stepped of the set of a period piece television show with its shag carpet, wood-paneled walls, funky wallpaper, grandma’s dining room set, and china cabinets.
Other features of the 3,527-square-foot residence include:
Huge primary suite
The residence was featured on Zillow Gone Wild and people went gaga over it.
“I love it!!” one person said on Facebook.
“Oh my gosh, what a time capsule!” another said.
“I love its bones. But it’s a good thing it’s not in my budget cuz I’d touch a whole lotta things in that there house,” someone noted.
“It’s like somebody put my childhood in a time capsule!” one person commented.
“I wouldn’t change a thing!” another said.
The house is listed as “pending.”
Lee’s Summit is about 20 miles southeast of Kansas City.