This 1970s Circular Boulder Colorado Home Totally Has ‘Austin Powers’ Vibes
The 1970s were great. Or so I hear. I wasn't alive in that decade. I do know one thing for sure, the 1970s are alive and well in this Boulder, Colorado home. This totally unique circular home is listed for $1.7 million on Realtor.
Circles, circles everywhere. If you are the type of parent that makes your child stand in a corner as a form of discipline, you are going to be hard-pressed to find a 90-degree corner in this home. From the kitchen to the showers, everything in this home is laid out in a circular shape.
Shag carpet and avocado green countertops can be found in this house taking you back in time.
The three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom home with 3,851 square feet of living space was built in 1970. The home at 203 Granite drive has a copper-clad twin tower roof with dome skylights. Throughout the interior of the home, you will find sprial designs and features to reflect that of the 1970s.
This unique home that reminds us of the loveable character Austin Powers was inspired by world-renowned architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. This Boulder home on 1.32 acres of land was designed and built by Bill Bowen to be his personal home.
The home has only had two owners and this is the first time in three decades the home has been on the market. This very unique 1970s home is only three miles away from downtown Boulder and only a couple hundred yards from the Lion's Lair- Mt. Sanita's trailhead.
If you would like to learn more about this Boulder home priced at $1.7 million, you can see the listing in its entirety HERE.