Anyone who's ever unintentionally walked into those sliding glass doors while negotiating the precarious post-cosmo path across retro-fab Continental Midtown's roof deck knows that the struggle is real. Maybe buy this home instead. Drink your 'tinis at home in your own 70's-fabulous sunken living room.
This unique contemporary home was designed by architect Paul L'Esperance resides in Charlestown Township and in the decade that first brought the funk. Asking $550,000, the home features four bedrooms, three baths, a raised dining room, a sunken seating area next to the stone fireplace, a stall shower in the Master that may or may not be a Telepod, and a sunken bath. There's a pool out back, plus a two-car garage. And that nagging feeling that you may not be as opposed to wall-to-wall carpeting as you previously thought? Dig it.