This One-of-a-Kind Indiana Abode is a Shag-tastic Work of Art — Straight Out of the 1970s
A truly one-of-a-kind property (2112 Parkland Drive) hit the real estate market this weekend, boasting a vibrant array of shag carpet (yes, even in the kitchen), treehouse-esque vibes and plenty of Formica.
The home was built by renowned architect James Sherbondy as his personal residence in 1975 and is located in Fort Wayne, Indiana — about a three-hour drive from Cincinnati.
Priced at $159,900, the four-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom home is tucked away inside of Concordia Woods, surrounded by nature, which can be admired through the many abstract-shaped windows.
The home features vibrant accents throughout, like the lime green and pink countertops and a bold blue sink. Or the hot pink jacuzzi tub surrounded by red hot shag.
A spiral staircase is situated in the center of the first floor, with a contemporary-looking fireplace that demands attention, even among the walls of windows overlooking the scenic views and the bright purple carpet.
For more info about the unique property, reach out to listing agent John Lahmeyer.| Photos by Dustin McKibben/Art Home Photo