This Home Is Trapped In The ’80s…And That’s A Good Thing

    While we can’t promise a comeback for bell bottoms and tie-dyes, the re-emergence of past eras could be found in your next house.

     

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    For those hoping a favorite decorating style from their childhood will return, you may be in luck. With the housing market on the rise, an interesting new trend in real estate has emerged.

    Over the past several years more and more buyers are seeking “time capsule” homes, specifically those built in the mid 20th century. These homes maintain original features and décor from their time period—usually housing interiors in pristine condition—and act as a tribute to the past.

    “The mid-century home reminds me of bell bottoms. If you wait long enough, they will be back in style,” Jeffrey Hogue, owner of Weichert Realtors Neighborhood One, told CNN.

     

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