Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

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

Awe Sooky Sooky

A closer look inside this Massachusetts time capsule's dining area shows exactly why its last owners decided to not change anything about it. How can you ruin so much banging history?

Awe Sooky Sooky

Matt Cuddy/Century 21 Cuddy

For Sale

Realtor Matt Cuddy said that the current owners actually consider selling it and they could even leave all the furniture and decoration exactly as it is in case anyone wants to keep riding that wave.

For Sale

Matt Cuddy/Century 21 Cuddy

Time tour

Cuddy thinks of the house as a time capsule. It's standing still in time despite so many years and fads passing by. It's not a replica, it's an original work of art that in a way, functions as a historical time tour.

Time tour

Matt Cuddy/Century 21 Cuddy

Patterns Galore

The room would be too matchy-matchy nowadays, since minimalism, precision and monochromatic tones are in vogue. But back in the day, there wasn't such a thing as "conflicting patterns" or "too many colors."

Patterns Galore

Matt Cuddy/Century 21 Cuddy

Faithful Decoration

Cuddy went on to share a story about the time he remembers people decorating their houses exactly as pictured here. “I remember my own mother decorating the house like this with orange shag carpet and everything.”

Faithful Decoration

Matt Cuddy/Century 21 Cuddy

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