Just in time for spring, a wondrous woddity in the form of this sexy sequoia red sunken tub — and there’s a twin — ready for a party! — spotted for sale on craigslist by reader Helen. The sellers who recently purchased this 1973 love pad told us that the matching pair of sunken tubs were both in the master bathroom. Oh my. If historic walls could talk. We can only begin to imagine. Oh my. There are more goodies, too — avocado kitchen appliances, Mediterranean cabinets, lighting — prepare your eyeballs.
At the edge of your imagination lies a new frontier of comfort. The Super Spa, 103″ x 86.5″ x 34″ of sublimity. With optional fixed or floating teakwood table for added pleasure. Installed indoors or out. A practical alternative to a swimming pool, serving as both hot tub and whirlpool. Shown in Sequoia, one of a variety of exciting colors. For a free, full-color catalog, contact your Kohler dealer listed in the Yellow Pages or write: Kohler Company, Dept. SPA 00, Kohler, Wisconsin 53044.
From the listing:
We have lots of things for sale! The home is being renovated, and everything listed here needs to get gone before the real work can get started. If you don’t like the price listed, please make an offer, and we’ll see what we can do! We have for sale:
Kitchen sink (avocado green, cast iron with porcelain enamel, like new condition) – $150 obo
General Electric Avocado green side-by-side refrigerator with ice & water in the door – $125 obo
General Electric Avocado green double oven with full range (electric) – $150 obo
Jenn-air grill/range (electric) – $50 obo
Nu-tone counter mounted knife sharpener, works – Free for showing up!
General Electric Avocado green trash compacter – $50 obo
General Electric black dishwasher – $50 obo
2 bar stools – $30 for the pair, obo
small cube freezer/ice maker – $20 obo
Two red deep soaking tubs – $150 each, obo
Sligh (Holland MI) 1978 Half round secretary desk with chair – $550 obo
Large red light fixture – would be good over a pool table or something – $75 obo
Large dining room chandelier – not sure it’s for sale, but for the right offer it could be 😉
And please readers, no chest-beating that the new owners are not keeping all the other stuff — no doubt, styles this bold are not for the faint of heart. Let’s all be super happy that they have recognized the value of these fixtures … are putting these fantastic pieces on craigslist rather than into the dumpster… and have given us permission to feature and archive all this eye-candy here – thank you, Indy sellers!
Also, mega thanks to the great PR and archives team at Kohler for sending us the 1970s bathtub from their archives — you, rock!
Now: Who’s up for grabbing all these 1973 wonders?