96-Year-Old Woman Puts Home Up For Sale And People Go Inside To Find It Untouched After 72 Years
In 2014, a 96-year-old Toronto resident was selling her two-story home located in the West Toronto neighborhood of Bloor West Village.
From the outside, the house didn’t look like anything out of the ordinary, and even her neighbors had no idea about the surprise she’d been keeping inside.
The home was intricately and gorgeously decorated in perfect style, drawing from the best of the 1950s and ’60s from floor to ceiling. We’re talking metallic wallpaper, modern baroque prints, colorful carpeting, and neo-ornate splendor, and much, much more.
The homeowner was a 96-year-old seamstress who had always been passionate interior design but unable to make it her profession.
Despite her age, she and her family lovingly maintained the home’s classic beauty and eccentricities for 72 years.
The interior remained in absolutely pristine condition…
From the outside, this 96-year-old woman’s home in Toronto looks pretty darn ordinary. Just a two-story home made of brick and rocks. Absolutely nothing special, right? But just you wait…