We're all guilty of it.

Scrolling through Zillow and looking through all the houses that are for sale.

Even I'm guilty of it, and my husband and I were fortunate enough to buy our first home over the summer, so we definitely don't need (and can't afford) another.

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But that doesn't stop you from looking. I think it's the same reason we watch all those HGTV home makeover shows and whatnot...it's fun to see all the different houses and imagine what they would look like if you lived in them. The cute ones, the expensive ones, and yes, even the weird ones.

The Good, The Bad, and the Cozy?

During my latest scroll through Zillow, I came across a home for sale in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan that really caught my attention. I absolutely adore older-style homes, so I just had to look through this listing. And boy howdy, did I come across a gem from the past.

This adorable split-level home features an original kitchen and all original bathrooms from when the house was first built in 1957. And if you know anything about retro bathrooms from the '50s and '60s, you know this: monochromatic was in. Here's a sneak peak of what's in store:

Photo courtesy of Marie Dowler Max Broock, REALTORS®-Bloomfield Hills via Zillow

The bathrooms weren't the only thing that caught my eye; what's even crazier than the bathrooms is the cozy indoor pool! And yes, I used cozy to describe this indoor pool, you'll see why.

Check out this retro blast from the past in the pictures below. And let us know by sending us a message with the station app: is the indoor pool cozy or crazy?

Check Out this Retro Home with a Cozy Pool in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

This Bloomfield Hills, Michigan home is an absolute blast from the past with a cozy pool. You have to check out the inside and see the monochrome bathrooms of yesteryear and how interesting the indoor pool situation is. Could you see yourself swimming in this pool?

Take A Look Into One Of The Most Expensive Homes In Lansing On This Lansing River

This might just be one of the most expensive homes here in the city of Lansing, that sits right along the Grand River. Listed at 989,900 at the time this was made, with four bedrooms and six bedrooms. Take a look around this luxury home, that is Lansing.