Inside Time Capsule Three-Bedroom Terrace Residence with incredible 1970s decor
That was when Starsky and Hutch were dominating our TV screens. The disco boom is in full swing, and tube socks can be seen everywhere on the dance floor.
The Time Capsule Three-Bed Terrace House looks like its neighbors on the outside. But walking in is like taking a psychedelic journey 50 years ago, returning to an age of headaches, patterned carpets, pink ceilings and floral curtains, Birmingham reported live.
It sold for 170,000 pounds on the market-about 11,000 pounds in the decade of the 1970s, when the "housing bubble" caused the cost of buying a house to soar from 4,480 pounds in 1970 to 19,830 pounds in 1979.
Close to the train station and school, the family house has a back garden, upstairs bathroom, dining room, kitchen, living room and three bedrooms.
Real estate agent Dixons said: "This three-bedroom terraced property in need of modernization is close to the local amenities and public transportation network.
"The accommodation provided includes an entrance hallway, lounge, dining room, kitchen, bathroom on the first floor, three bedrooms and a back garden."
Those who like nostalgia may even want to leave parts...though, maybe not the kitchen