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This Mid-Century Home In Napa Hasn't Been Touched Since the 1960s

This is almost as good as a machine.
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Here's the story of a lovely home ... wait, that's not how it goes—but maybe it should. After all, this mid-century marvel in Napa is a sight to behold. We're certain Carol and Mike Brady would approve and embrace the song tweak, too. Don't believe us? As soon as you walk inside this home built in 1968, you'll be transported to a much more groovy time period.

What makes this house so special is that it's authentic—not a replication of that late '60s and early '70s style. Almost every single piece of this home has been untouched since it was first built, including the green carpet, wood-paneled walls, and funky window treatments. But the rock formations on the walls are what takes home the award for MVP.

Another thing this historic home has in common with the Bradys'? The 2,366-square-foot space, with three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms, has just enough room for a house full of kids—as long as you utilize bunk beds, that is. But, unlike the popular sitcom's home, this one comes with toilets in the bathrooms. Whew.

Take a look:

If you want to give your family the "Brady" experience, you can buy this home for $1.995 million from listing agent Jill Levy. Not to mention you could host some pretty epic costume parties in this unique abode. What are you waiting for?

[h/t Curbed]
From: House Beautiful

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.
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