A 96-year-old Toronto resident was selling her two-story home in Toronto's west end of Bloor West Village. The old woman puts her house up for sale, and people go inside to find it intact after 72 years.
The house was finely and beautifully decorated in a perfect style, taking advantage of the best of the 1950s and 1960s from floor to ceiling. We're talking about a well designed metallic wallpaper, modern Baroque paintings, colorful carpeting and neo-ornate splendor, and so much more.
From the outside, the house looked nothing fancy, and even her neighbors had no idea of the surprise she had kept inside.
Despite her age, she and her family have lovingly retained the classic beauty and quirks of the house for 72 years.
The owner was a 96 year old seamstress who had always been passionate about interior design but had not been able to make it her profession.
Here amis the inside of the house:
Just a two story brick and rock house. Absolutely nothing special, right?, exactly what i thought about at the first glance but after seeing the inside of the building i was carried away just the way you will be surprised now too.
The interior has remained in immaculate condition from the outside, this old grandma's house in Toronto looks quite ordinary from the outside.
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