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Got the right day but got the wrong week: the 14 houses living in the '70s
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The red brick Cronulla house used as the location of the Vickers' family house in the Channel 10 series Puberty Blues (pictured below) sold at recent auction for $1,382,500.
The home, last sold 47 years ago, was very much in mint 1970s condition, including the seven different types of wallpaper, patterned carpet, coloured bathroom and wood light fittings.
The television series location manager Peter Hicks scoured for months to find the right house with authentic '70s interiors.
Inspired by the recent Puberty Blues series – which seems set to return to our wide screens again – and the home sale, Property Observer has taken the trip back to find the top 1970s homes that are currently on the market or have recently sold.
The list is mainly populated by Victoria and New South Wales properties, but other states do get a mention. The list is organised by the style features that are indicative of a 1970s property.
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