Do you love everything '90s? What if I told you that there was a house currently on the market that was 100 percent '90s themed. From pink carpets to teal walls to Beanie Babies? Would you want to move in immediately?
From the outside, this house in Waterford, Michigan, looks like nothing out of the ordinary. It looks like your standard six-bedroom, eight-bathroom fancy suburban house on Cass Lake. The inside, however, is a whole different story.
When you walk through the front door, you are immediately hit with an explosion of everything '90s. From the teal walls to the pink carpeting, the house screams "I love the '90s!!!!!" The black accents really make the bright colors pop.
Here, in this gorgeous dining room you can eat some Shake and Bake or SpaghettiOs at suppertime with your family. You guys can talk about the latest episode of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air or Full House. Your parents can discuss the latest on the O.J. trial while you drink your Sunny D.
And after dinner, you can sneak off to this bitchin' kitchen for a late-night snack. Get your Snackwell cookies and DunkAroos ready and you better hurry up! You don’t want to miss a minute of this week's episode of 90210. Dylan is too hot to handle.
Well, don't you fret on the price. The home has been appraised for $1.8 million, but they are asking for less because of the '90s vibe. According to Mark Z, "it makes it a more challenging sale because of the decor. It's unique. It's definitely got some flair."
The asking price for this gem is approximately $800,000. This house was originally built in 1996 and it is being sold by its original owners. The Beanie Babies and old school computer are not included. Sorry, kids!
Whoever buys this house will get a decked-out finished basement. This room is perfect for trading Pogs, playing Pretty Pretty Princess and holding your He-man and She-ra collection. Unfortunately, a lot of the furniture and the jazzy paintings on the wall are not included in the asking price.
So, do we all want to pitch in? Cass Lake sounds like a nice enough place to live, right? And who cares when you are living in perfect Ms. Bliss. Let's go halfsies and call it a day. My inner '90s child is ready to move in!