Homes in original condition are almost a thing of the past in Mosman, but a rare example sometimes makes its way onto the local market.
Geoff Grist from Richardson and Wrench has just listed a time capsule property built in 1976, that has thrilled young buyers and downsizers looking for a perfectly preserved retro residence.
The living space is large, with enough room for a baby grand piano.
“We rarely come across these types of homes, and this one is absolutely immaculate,” Mr Grist said.
“Everyone who has seen it is amazed by the pristine condition, especially the kitchen.”
The original kitchen is pristine, with original cabinetry, orange tiles and a Lino floor.
Orange and brown tiles, lino flooring, original oven and copper range hood have all remained intact, ever since the current owner moved in 34 years ago.
“It looks like it has been polished every day, in fact the home is one of the most spotless properties I’ve ever put on the market,” Mr Grist said.