Get ready for some serious interior design porn, as a time capsule home with a distinctive 1970s vibe is on the market for what is believed to be the first time.
The amazing home is situated in Wigan, where it boasts a vintage interior throughout - but rather than looking shabby, the features look like they're brand new.
These include a retro orange sofa, shag carpet and healthy dose of frosted glass, looking like something out of a Hollywood movie scene.
The mid-century modern home has three double bedrooms, a spacious open plan living and dining room and a flashy gold and brown bathroom, all of which are situated in a highly coveted village location.
Okay, so the ad posted by local estate agent Regan & Hallworth does say it requires some 'modernisation', but as they point out, the home 'has an undeniably timeless appeal'.
This includes the kitchen, which features classic burnt orange and white cupboards and sides to match the rest of the property.
Here's what the listing has to say: "Defined by clean lines, organic forms, high functionality, bright spacious rooms and open plan living, this unique home really has to be viewed to be appreciated.
"Set well back from the leafy lane in an elevated position, the house has been designed with bedrooms on the ground floor and living space on the top to take advantage of the views, as well as providing the living spaces with as much light as possible.
"The primary entrance is positioned at the front underneath the lounge which is cantilevered above with an extensive driveway and front garden enclosed by mature shrubs and trees.
"The hallway provides access to three good sized double bedrooms, all with fitted robes, family bathroom and a boiler room."
The images also present a split-level staircase which leads to a utility room and further storage, with the 34-ft open plan chilling area being upstairs rather than down.
As well as the retro sofa and coffee table, there's a central fireplace that breaks up the space between the living room, dining area and kitchen.
The listing adds: "The kitchen is dated but fully functional and has pleasant aspects from a large window.
"There is also scope/potential to extend the dining room / kitchen over the bedrooms downstairs or create a balcony / terrace. An attached double garage completes the accommodation."
If this sounds like your dream home and you fancy residing in Wigan, this unique place could be yours for a cool £400,000.
OK, that sounds like a lot, but try checking out what you'd get in London for the same amount and you'll soon realise it's a steal.
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