Problem: You’ve got nowhere to put your favorite fondue set, polyester suit and autographed Bob Ross poster.
Solution: The “as is” three-bedroom, two-bathroom Chicago home that’s on the market for $158,000, trapped in its early 70s aesthetic.
Dubbed the “Austin Powers condo,” the groovy 1,877-square-foot penthouse apartment was built in Chicago in 1972 — technically five years after Powers was cryogenically frozen — but, because all of its original decor and furniture is included, it has caused quite a stir.
Chock full of vintage wallpaper in varying shades of green, turquoise, beige, orange and yellow, the condo is a shrine to gawdy mirrors, psychedelic patterns, thick carpets and weirdo lighting.
There’s even a colossal green velvet couch encircling a set of authentic glass figurines that really tie the living room together.
Think of it as the ultimate throwback.