Once in a lifetime – the most incredible original 1970s dream home is being put to auction
If you’re anything like us, you might sometimes like to kill time by scrolling through real estate websites and fawning over the weird and wonderful properties that sometimes pop up on the market. On this day, we have come across something that has stopped our entire team in its tracks – a totally original 1970s family home that truly has to be seen to be believed. The property at 179 Flockton Street in Everton Park has poached our hearts, and with one scroll through the photos you won’t find it hard to see why.
First of all, let’s lay down the basic facts about 179 Flockton Street – this beguiling abode is made up of 700m2 of internal living built on a whopping 10,000m2 of land. Full concrete suspended slabs and double brick make for the sturdy foundations of a house that spills over three levels, boasting a series of spaces and amenities that you simply don’t see today. Six large bedrooms, multiple living areas, four bathrooms and six (yes, six) parking garages cover the basics, but this is just the tip of the iceberg.
The main fascination with 179 Flockton Street lies within all of the details and extras that it packs. To start, there is a professional-sized squash court complete with a viewing deck, a music room with a fireplace and its own bar, a pool room (complete with an attached powder room), a mother-flipping sauna, and a gigantic pool and spa. As well as all of these baller features, the aesthetics of the property are as incredible as they are unique – tartan detailing, marble staircases, a massive eagle sculpture and a bathroom wallpapered with topless women are just some of the highlights.
The 179 Flockton Street property is going to auction through Place Real Estate with no listed price, but you can check out further details regarding inspections at realestate.com.au.
Writer’s note: if you happen to be the lucky person who ends up buying this home –please, for the love of naked lady wallpaper, do not change a thing.
Images appear courtesy of Place Real Estate