This time capsule house in Toronto, Canada was recently put up for sale by the 96-year-old owner and her family. She purchased this home 72 years ago and has lived in it ever since. When she purchased the home, she did not change a single thing. This house was very well taken care of and after all this time, it has become a time capsule.
When you step inside this home, you wouldn’t even be able to tell someone has lived in this home for the past 72 years. It looks like it was purchased and left the way it was back in the 50’s and 60’s. This is what makes this home so special. The realtor listing this house called it a “a pearl that’s been hiding in a shell.” It is amazing that everything is still original.
Luckily for us, someone found the listing and uploaded all of the pictures online so everyone can enjoy this marvelous home! You don’t have to move in to enjoy this home, although I am sure you want to!
Would you like to live in this time capsule house?
On the outside, this home just looks like any ordinary home in Toronto.
But when you step inside, you begin to see that it is anything but ordinary!
The living room has a beautiful light green fireplace and light green walls.
The walls and pink furniture are a perfect color combination.
And look at that wonderful wallpaper in the dining room!
The kitchen is pinked out and has a breakfast nook.
And the bathroom is also pink. Love it!
This home also features a landing area at the top of the stairs.
With a wonderful master bedroom right around the corner. Look at that carpet!
The home also features two additional bedrooms. Nether one disappoints!
And now we move on to the basement. Just look at how great this room is!
There is also a large laundry area in the basement.
The home even has a wonderful garden area out back. There is something for everyone here!
Images via: hgtv
This is a pretty amazing time capsule house, huh? We would love to hear your thoughts in the comments below!
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