It has been perfectly preserved and truly feels like a step back in time – but anyone interested will have to shell out £ 449,000 for the five-bedroom property.
For many, it will bring back memories with the house’s vibrant color palette which has been converted from a stone cottage dating from the 1800s, reports the Daily Record.
There are quirky turquoise bathroom accessories, 1970s printed curtains, and colorful jazzy rugs.
Rooms feature wood-paneled walls, mid-century furniture, an orange glass room divider, and a splash of lime green on the plinths.
There is a wonderful veranda and in the kitchen there is a cabin to sit on.
But nothing symbolizes the times better than the classic turquoise suite in the bathroom with toilet, sink and bathtub with salmon pink tiling.
Elsewhere in the house, spy on a classic stone fireplace with a gas faucet, patterned rugs, and a fringed lamp that truly captures the essence of ’70s home decor.
The Atrium Estate & Letting Agents listing reads: “Rare opportunity to purchase this unique five bedroom individually designed property in a lovely peaceful rural setting.
“Occupying extensive private gardens, attention is drawn to the fantastic views of rolling countryside, beautiful manicured gardens and approximately five acres of land, which are included in the sale. “
The new property has now been listed as sold and so it is up to them to decide whether they are looking to maintain its 1970s splendor or give it a more modern touch.