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Olympic Manor time capsule comes with built-in turntable

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The party never stops in this 1965 Seattle home

Heads up, hipsters. If you're looking for a new home that will honor your vinyl collection, you have found the finest place for you and your records to live. Built in 1965, this 4-BR, 4.25-bath residence in Olympic Manor has only had one owner this entire time and, we're willing to bet, hasn't seen an update since.

That means the built-in turntable and reel-to-reel recorder that pop out of the wall are still there and, presumably, still working. Just place your record down, move the needle, and arbitrarily turn some of those knobs up there. Presto! You've got yourself a funky groove to jam out to.

There are plenty more era-friendly touches peppered throughout this 4,010 square-foot home. Big windows on all sides couple with the big stone fireplace wall scream midcentury. The kitchen, with its wooden cabinets, classic oven setup and a two-seater kitchen table tucked in the corner under that chandelier...perfect. The wallpapers and the carpet are right out of the 60s. Out back, the covered patio gives way to an in-ground pool that has probably hosted a few shindigs over the years.

By the time you get to that bathroom with the sitting bench that runs the length of the wall under gold leaf wallpaper, well, you're either in or you're out. All you need at this point is an even $1,000,000.

And your records. Don't forget your records.
· 2123 NW 93rd Street [Windermere]