An immaculately preserved midcentury modern home in Boise, Idaho, has come on the market for the first time ever. Built in 1965, the rambling rancher features a nearly 4,000-square-foot floorplan and a groovy-bordering-on-kitschy interior design scheme that’s certain to pique the interest of ’60s enthusiasts everywhere.
Upon entering the low-profile residence through the double-doors, one is greeted by a gold wallpapered foyer and a languid spiral staircase with plant-themed ironwork leading to a lower-level den with wet bar, followed by a sitting room, which features a wall of mirrors, a fireplace, and big windows that flood the space with light.
A formal dining room and large kitchen with handsome cabinetry and what appears to be a vintage stove with pull-out burners follow, as well as a family room with brick fireplace and sliding glass doors that connect to an outdoor patio.
Four bedrooms and four bathrooms, some of which are adorned with some truly rad wallpaper—plus one room boasting floor-to-ceiling mirrored posts surrounding the bed—make up the private quarters. There’s even a family room (also with a fireplace) with adjacent pool hall, rounding out the common room-count to about four.
As for outdoor space, the property includes a manicured lawn and the aforementioned patio with views onto the surrounding cityscape. Sitting on nearly acres at 510 South Bitterroot Drive, the home is offered at just under $400,000.
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