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This Apartment Has Basically Been Left Untouched Since The '70s

This is trippy.

Posted on January 27, 2016, at 2:58 p.m. ET

It may look normal from the outside, but this Chicago apartment building is hiding a secret, groovy gem...

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This three-bedroom, two-bathroom penthouse that's straight out of the 1970s!

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Just look at that psychedelic wallpaper.

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And check out this kitchen, which looks straight out of the final seasons of Mad Men.

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As first reported by Curbed Chicago, the apartment hit the market last week to be sold in "as is condition" with a list price of $158,000.

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Two of the three bedrooms have been reconfigured into a large family room that has the feeling of a shagdelic bachelor den.

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But the bedroom that remains is enough to make any 70s fan green with envy.

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Starck Real Estate

The dining room even has a wall of mirrors so the new owner can marvel at just how far-out and radical their life is.

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And look at this classy collection of perfumes and colognes that adorns the main bathroom wall.

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The 1972 apartment has received a fair bit of attention since it hit the market, a representative with Starck Real Estate told BuzzFeed News.

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Some bad news, though: It's since sold.

Realtor Lauri Rosenbloom did not return a request for comment, but her voicemail broke the news to all those inundating her with requests for a tour: "If you are enquiring about the groovy 70s penthouse, it is no longer available."

We think we know who the buyer was...

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