Are you the type of person who wholeheartedly believes you were born in the wrong decade or tends to reminisce on the simpler times when phones were plugged into walls rather than carried around in pockets?
Do you also happen to have a spare $12 million kicking around that you've been meaning to spend?
If so, you might want to keep reading.
Built in 1912, "The Old Farmhouse" is one of the original homes in Vancouver's prestigious Southlands neighbourhood, and it's now up for sale.
But don't let its age spook you: All 5,449 square feet of this five-bed, six-bath home have been completely restored and rebuilt over the years.
While the property has been updated with state-of-the-art modern technology and amenities, it's also held onto its unique charm and character. The "meticulously maintained" half-acre property also includes several stunning gardens and updated outdoor spaces full of nostalgic heritage. (As well as several fountains. And a couple of statues.)
Currently listed for sale with agent Jamie MacDougall of Engel & Völkers, it also contains offices, a media room, a massive wine room and a greenhouse, as well as a caretaker residence for the caretaker you'll probably need to hire to keep those gardens looking so pristine.
It's also a steal (at least compared to this modern neighbouring estate that's also on the market, but listed for just a few million more).
Think of the savings!
If old-school charm is more in line with your style than sleek contemporary, scroll through the photos in the gallery above, or check out the video below to take a peek inside.