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This Woman Hasn't Changed Her Home In 72 Years, The Insides Are Shocking
An elderly woman in Toronto's Bloor West Village has sold her home after 72 years of living in there, and what lies inside will make your jaw drop. She has perfectly preserved her house from the 1960s. And, being delighted about this recognition for her marvelous work, she says, "At 96 I'm finally getting recognized!"
Seems normal from the outside
But, when you enter the foyer you already know it is not the usual kind.
The living room
This room appears as if it time traveled straight from the 1960s to now.
The well kept living room
The dining room
Just like in the 1960s, right down to the carpet.
The stove is from the 1950s
Most of the home's decor is from 1965, but the stove, an original Moffat, dates back to 1950 and still works.
Little dining nook
With a well fitting in wallpaper. All-pink for the taste of the owner.
The landing is appropriate, too
Color scheme in the master bedroom
The master bedroom with a changed angle
The vanity and the drawers are just well for the queen.
The all-pink guest bedroom
Because it is the favorite color of the owner. That explains it.
Gold accents in the bathroom
The bathroom contains a tiled shower too and comes straight from the 1960s.
A sewing studio
The third bedroom is converted into a sewing studio, still maintaining the feel of the home.
An adults-only area
The basement serves as a wet bar and is just what it would have been back in the 1960s.
A decked-out laundry room
The backyard complete with the cement swan
The AstroTurf patch looks just complementing to the house, and this is wow!
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