A family out of Tempe hasn’t changed their house since the 1950s and now this time capsule is up for sale.
The owner, Barbra Mcmillan-Davis, wants to sell her childhood house to someone that will appreciate the history of everything, even down to the architecture.
It was created by Arizona architect Kemper Goodwin, back in the ’50s. It’s never been sold or renovated, so it’s basically a walk-in time capsule.
It’s been in Mcmillan-Davis’ family since she was 9. Her dad and Goodwin started constructing the plans together.
Out the living room window is a perfect view of Arizona State University’s Tempe campus and Frank Lloyd Wright’s Gammage Auditorium.
Mcmillan-Davis hopes the house will remain the same for many years to come.