The House located at No. 33 flokton Street, Stafford Heights is the alma mater Award of the 1980 s.
Source: supply this is probably the weirdest house you 've ever seen in Brisbane.
Stafford Heights, 33 flokton Street, was built about 1985 kilometres as a alma mater's awardee, in pristine condition.
When you walk inside, there is a wood and glass partition wall with round features, lime green ceiling beams, small gorgeous pillars and flower wallpaper.
Unusual wood and glass partitions, lime-green ceiling beams and columns upon entry.
Source: supply and this is just the first few steps inside.
If you 've never seen such a thing before, explore real estate marketing agent Sean Wallis will agree with you.
There are two living areas divided by wood and glass partitions.
Source: Mr Wallis said: "I 've been in the industry for 13 years and it's the coolest house I 've ever sold in the Stafford Heights-there's nothing else like it.
"When it was built in the 1980 s, it was a home for the alma mater Award, and these homes were always a little different.
The kitchen is original.
Source: Wallis edmr Wallis said that although the house was the third owner, only the carpet was replaced.
"Nothing was done to it, it was in its original state," he said . ".
"The kitchen even had the original stove.
With chandeliers and a second living area in their 70 sstyle bar.
Source: The supplier also has chandelier, in his 70 s
Stylish Bar and floral curtains.
The unusual interior design is still a mystery.
Even the bathroom has flower wallpaper.
Source: supply Mr Wallis said interest in the 78 m² property was "very casual ".
"Owners take more people from garage sales than I do," he said . ".
The home located at No. 33 flokton Street, Stafford Heights will be auctioned on December 6, 2016.
Source: supply "there are some people who want to keep this original feeling and others who want to do something with it.
"The House will be at six o'clock P. M. on December 6, 2016-
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