If you’re not a fan of today’s modern minimalist-aesthetic decor and prefer something a little more retro, this "time capsule" home could be just the ticket.
Greenlands, a house that sits just above Lake Windermere in the Lake District has been put on the market for a cool £850,000 - and the interiors haven’t been touched since the 1960s.
The home is nestled on a quiet cul-de-sac in “sought-after area” Bowness-on-Windermere.
As well as views of the aforementioned lake, the property boasts vistas of Lakeland Fells as well.
The home boasts four bedrooms across two floors, two bathrooms, a living area, balcony, formal dining room and a kitchen.
Listed by Matthews Benjamin, the posting says the home “requires a scheme of upgrading” but that it offers a “substantial blank canvas”.
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However, if you’re into the retro vibe, the patterned carpets, vibrant walls and jewel-toned curtains could be worth keeping.
Let’s have a look inside:
The dining room is all blue hues.
In the kitchen, the pastel blue cupboards are (almost) outshone by the patterned ceiling.
The hallway boasts orange carpeted stairs and patterned floors.
The living room is wallpapered with a gas fireplace.
The floor-to-ceiling windows double as a sliding door which opens onto the balcony.
Views like this can be seen from said balcony.
The property also sits on nearly half an acre of gardens, perfect for those looking for a touch more space.
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