House stuck in the 1970s to be auctioned with a guide price of £29k

Estate agents are trying to sell a house in the Midlands that appears to have been frozen in the 1970s. The interior of the terraced house in Burton upon Trent has an unmistakable 1970s feel.

Most of the property’s rooms are decorated with wallpaper and rugs adorned with striking patterns in bold colours. Derbyshire Live reports that the house, which has three bedrooms, will be auctioned with a guide price of £29,000.

There are two sets of striking wallpaper in the living room. A brown and white design decorates the side of the room where the chimney hood is located and a distinctive shade of burgundy is hung on the opposite wall.

The living room also features a classic 1970s electric fireplace. Meanwhile, the jungle garden is so overgrown that it looks like it hasn’t been touched since the ’70s.

The bathroom seems to be decorated with a tile effect wallpaper. The bathroom and sink are colored in an eye-catching sky blue hue.

The bathroom appears to have mosaic effect wallpaper.

A Zoopla spokesperson said: “A vacant three bedroom townhouse located in the highly sought after area of ​​Burton-on-Trent. The property comprises of two reception rooms, kitchen, family bathroom, three well proportioned bedrooms as well as front and back gardens.

“The property would make an excellent owner or investment property with local amenities and transport links close by. Burton-on-Trent is a market town in Staffordshire, England, close to the Derbyshire border.

the garden is overgrown
the garden is overgrown

“Burton is 11 miles (18 km) southwest of Derby, 27 miles (43 km) northwest of Leicester, 28 miles (45 km) west-southwest of Nottingham, and 20 miles (32 km) south of the Gateway southern Peak District. National Park.”

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