Walk through the door of this apartment in Chicago and suddenly you’re in the middle of the 1970s.
Seemingly untouched for more than 40 years, this groovy unit is shockingly colorful, beaming with bright patterns and delightfully dated designs. It’s decked out in bold, patterned wallpaper and strongly employs the color green whenever and wherever possible.
In the living room, a green sectional almost wraps around in a full ring and is upholstered using the same fabric as the chairs in the mirrored dining room.
The bedroom is also green, from the walls to the bed to the carpet, and the bathroom has matching, patterned green walls.
The family room is that perfect combo of brown and orange that was really popular in the ‘70s, and the kitchen is covered with an eye-warping flower-patterned paper.
Located in West Rogers Park near the edges of the city, the home is marketed as having three bedrooms, two bathrooms, but the listing admits that two of the bedrooms have been opened up to make a large family room, though they could “easily be restored.”
The 1,800-square-foot apartment is on the market for just $158,000. It is being sold “as-is,” naturally.
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