Bold, retro interior decor done right is so exciting — like the bedroom above in a time capsule house spotted by reader Terri. Not many people these days go for matching bedspreads, wallpaper and draperies, let alone orange carpet when decorating a room. Even if this style isn’t your cup of tea, you have to admit that it is magical and can instantly transport you to the groovalicious 70s. It is impossible not to smile when you see a sunny, happy, flower power filled room like this — and there are many more amazing retro design touches in this 1975 time capsule house in Fort Scott, Kansas — listed by Realtor Crystal Mason from H&H Agency, Inc.
From the listing:
Year Built: 1975
Square footage: 4,184
Beds: 4 Bed
Baths: 4 Bath
MidCentury Modern Meets 21st Century Destination! This MidCentury Modern home, in remarkable original condition, is a true work of art using wood, stone, and glass.
The 4,000 plus square foot residence features signature MidCentury details including, wood vaulted ceiling, double sided rock fireplaces and multiple rooms opening onto a large central atrium. There is a creative use of interior space with floors divided on split levels or through sunken spaces designed for conversation or lounging. Home is ideal for entertaining! There are 4 large bedrooms, 3 full baths, 2 half baths, a full finished basement, 2 laundry rooms, enclosed sunroom with fireplace, and 6 fireplaces. Also, a 2 car attached garage, plus small garage for golf cart, greenhouse and fenced yard.
You’ll notice that several materials are repeated throughout the house — both on the interior and exterior — that give the home a cohesive design feel. The stone on the exterior of the house is repeated in the fireplace.
If you are interested in this property, contact Realtor Crystal Mason from H&H Agency at (855) 470-9562 or email Crystal@CrystalMason.com.
Mega thanks to Crystal Mason and the sellers for allowing us to feature these amazing photos, and to reader Terri for alerting us to this fabulous 1975 gem.
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