The technicolor fever dream of “The Brady Bunch” home is looking for a new owner.
In the California desert resort town of Palm Springs, this stunning mid-century-modern home has barely been redecorated in 54 years.
Located at 2055 S. Joshua Tree Place, the rainbow-themed three-bedroom, three-bathroom property was built in 1969 and is still there today.
Residence is rewarded for being stuck forever in the year of your birth, refusing to change with the years: according to its listingCompound “has been published numerous times by major fashion brands, jewelry companies, major celebrity music acts, lifestyle, film and television projects.”
Indeed, the custom-made original decorations that adorn the interior make for quite a photoshoot to behold.
There’s the pink bedroom with wall-to-wall plush headboards and endless fuchsia carpeting—even a geometric, khaki-toned tub—as well as curtains, bedding, and furniture to match.
Where there are no windows or floral wallpaper, there are mirrors.
The living room is a year-round celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, with lime green hues for nearly everything except the gold table and wall mirror.
The orange-accented kitchen has a rare tile floor—while there’s a blue guest bedroom and a golden entryway.
The house is built to wrap around a yard, with an in-ground pool and a hot tub at its photogenic center.
“Rebuilding that stuff today would be very expensive,” said Lucio Bernal, the listing agent for Berkshire Hathaway. told today for its extravagant time-capsule furnishings when it was listed in 2016 for $850,000.
Today, it’s listed with Clint Watkins of Berkshire Hathaway seeking well over $2.29 million.
In 2016, the property had two owners, and the second couple claimed to have only remodeled the kitchen.
The home has undergone several updates since then, including extensive garage and kitchen renovations, but it looks like it never came back in the 1970s.