Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

This ‘Austin Powers’ Home Hasn’t Been Touched Since The ‘70s, And It’s For Sale.

If you've ever wanted to take a stroll down a very groovy memory lane, then we've got great news. You don't have to search the world trying to find a time machine to travel to more simpler, hippier times. All you have to do is take a trip to Framingham, Massachusetts and visit this incredibly colorful house that hasn't been touched since the 70s. And guess what? It's for sale, so this psychedelic beauty could be yours. Can you imagine living in a house that has been fully decked in the 70s and hasn't been touched in over 40 years?

Pretty Big Love Nest

The original owner was totally digging the groovy era of the 1970s. A time that brought us mood rings, disco music, and pet rocks.

Pretty Big Love Nest

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Grand Entrance

The five-bedroom crib looks a bit conservative from afar. But its original owner decorated the interiors back in the early beginnings of the psychedelic era of the 70s. New people have lived there for a while now, after the original ones left, but they decided to leave its original decor.

Grand Entrance

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Comfy Surroundings

It's almost as if you're looking at another run-of-the-mill suburban house. All it's missing is a golden retriever dog and a boring white collar couple living in cream-colored interiors right? Well, let's just say you're in for a surprise.

Comfy Surroundings

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So Funky

Matchy-matchy patterns, colorful backdrops, massive amounts of orange and earthy wood shades make this one colorful time warp. This guy certainly turned back time! But if you want to see color, wait until you see the bathroom. Let's just say, it's a girl's fantasy come true. And you know, some guys' too.

So Funky

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Yellow Submarine

Talk about dining in style! This room almost looks like it came out of a sitcom like "That 70s Show", fully decorated and painted to look like a homage to 70s pop culture. That hallway looks like a great place where, as they used to say back then, you could totally "get down," (dance!)

Yellow Submarine

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