From the outside, this 6-bedroom, 7-bathroom home may look like a standard suburban residence. However, don’t let its white stucco façade fool you—its interior is a blast from the past. Presented by Mark Z Properties and located in Waterford, Michigan, this perfectly preserved time capsule house is stuck in the year it was built: 1996.
Upon entering the waterfront home, guests are greeted by a teal and pink living room featuring wall-to-wall carpeting, black accent pieces, and no shortage of bold patterns. Next door to this large, loft-style room is a similarly-styled dining room (complete with geometric seating), as well as sleek kitchens, shiny bathrooms, and brightly-colored bedrooms.
If these “regular” rooms aren’t enough to get you into the pre-millennium mood, the home also boasts everything a 90s kid could possibly desire: a neon-lit bar, a home theatre (with hot pink chairs, of course), and an indoor swimming pool straight out of Saved by the Bell.
So how much will this time-traveling house cost you? A cool $800,000—but what’s a few hundred thousand dollars in the name of nostalgia?
Though this suburban home may look unassuming from the outside…
Inside, it’s a time capsule house featuring colorful 90s interior design.
All images via Mark Z Properties.
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