This ’70s Bay City fixer-upper features at least 20 different patterned surfaces— and it’s only $199k
Come one, come all! Welcome to the House of a Thousand Wallpapers... and carpets. And other heavily patterned surfaces.
Built in 1975, this Bay City home would have the entire Brady Bunch — including Alice — cross-eyed with all the wacky patterns, many of which are used with, well, other patterns. What we're saying is, to whoever buys this house, please do not strip this home of its floral/plaid/checkered/chevron charm! OK — on with the deets. The home comes with four bedrooms, including a master bedroom with an attached and enclosed patio, and six baths, complete with a master bath with a tub and a shower. The home, which features a new roof, also features a winding — and heavily wallpapered — spiral staircase, a formal dining room, a family room, a study, a sauna room, an extra-large fireplace in the living room, and another in the basement. To add to the whimsy, the property has a private and forested backyard which is also probably wallpapered, somehow.
This home is listed by Roy Lerma of Fitz Your Homes.