An amazing Ferny Creek home built in 1971 has hit the market for the first time in almost 50 years and features an incredible array of original ‘70’s furniture and fittings.
The untouched time capsule is already drawing huge crowds eager to get a glimpse of the unusual abode, which boasts a split-level design and eye-catching pitched roof.
The four bedroom, two bathroom home in Ferny Creek, Victoria – which was featured in a homes magazine in the early ‘70’s – is being offered for private sale with a $700,000 - $770,000 price guide.
Bell Real Estate agent Sharyn Chandler describes the home as “straight out of a scene off The Brady Bunch,” and told realestate.com.au the house is in completely original condition.
“It has the same furniture as you can see in the magazine – even the same kitchen stools and light fittings – it’s just magnificent.”
Huge windows allow natural light to shine through the entire home, while the stunning timber raked ceiling harks back to a bygone era.
The kitchen features a retro curved countertop.
Exposed brick and timber feature heavily throughout the home.
Here's the breakfast nook.
The master bedroom is downstairs, away from three further bedrooms upstairs, and has a walk-in-robe and semi-ensuite.
Ok, this we might change...
Ms Chandler said the response to the home since hitting the market has been substantial, and she expects the Ferny Creek stunner to be snapped up quickly.
“People are drawn to character,” she said. “They don’t want to necessarily come to the hills for an average house.”
Average it's not!
The house sits on two land titles and backs directly onto the stunning Dandenong Ranges National Park.
Check out the full listing here.
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