Perfectly Preserved 1950s Home Is A Living Time Capsule

Now you can own a little piece of the past. This gorgeous Toronto home is being sold by its 96-year-old owners, who have had this house in their possession for 72 years. And they certainly decorated the heck out of it. The house looks like it was put in a bubble during the 1950s and 1960s—so great. So, so, so great. The pattern wallpaper alone is simply stunning.

Spied by HGTV, this home is currently on the market and listed by Gladys and Carla Spizzirri for $699,000, which is a pretty low price for a real walk-in time capsule. Here are a few shots:

The Foyer.

Perfectly Preserved 1950s Home Is A Living Time Capsule

Living Room.

Perfectly Preserved 1950s Home Is A Living Time Capsule

All-pink kitchen. Even the phone is pink.

Perfectly Preserved 1950s Home Is A Living Time Capsule

The Kitchen Nook.

Perfectly Preserved 1950s Home Is A Living Time Capsule

Dining Room.

Perfectly Preserved 1950s Home Is A Living Time Capsule

Top of the stairs.

Perfectly Preserved 1950s Home Is A Living Time Capsule

The Master Bedroom, with PURPLE CARPET and VELVET FURNITURE!

Perfectly Preserved 1950s Home Is A Living Time Capsule

Second Bedroom.

Perfectly Preserved 1950s Home Is A Living Time Capsule

Third Bedroom.

Perfectly Preserved 1950s Home Is A Living Time Capsule

Upstairs Bathroom.

Perfectly Preserved 1950s Home Is A Living Time Capsule

The den, or what my grandmother would call "the rumpus room."

Perfectly Preserved 1950s Home Is A Living Time Capsule

Complete with awesome swords, fireplace and wet bar.

Perfectly Preserved 1950s Home Is A Living Time Capsule

Even the laundry room has a bit of lovely old school charm. Look at all that wood paneling!

Perfectly Preserved 1950s Home Is A Living Time Capsule

Here's the front of the house.

Perfectly Preserved 1950s Home Is A Living Time Capsule

The backyard even has AstroTurf, *clutches chest* my heart!

Perfectly Preserved 1950s Home Is A Living Time Capsule

Many more images over at HGTV. Thanks to Garrison Dean for the tip.