This Brady Bunch-style house in San Antonio actually comes with a wildly colorful interior 

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There's nothing wrong with the exterior of this four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath home on the market in San Antonio's Whispering Oaks area. It's well-maintained, surrounded by lush trees and is the pinnacle 1974 style — the year it was built.

That said, the outside's Brady Bunch-era trappings don't exactly hint at the explosion of color inside. The rooms' vibrant paint jobs — tangerine in a sitting room, jade in the kitchen, turquoise in the master bedroom — and plentiful Mexican arts and crafts evoke Santa Fe or San Miguel de Allende rather than a '70s sitcom.

Completing the package, deep red walls and a dark wooded fireplace mantel bring drama to the cavernous living area. A variety of shiny Mexican terra cotta tile also runs through the home, which is now on the market for $495,000.

Let's take a look.

This home is listed by Steve Markham with Kuper Sotheby’s International Realty.

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