I found this plan for a small house on a mid-century modern web site. The design was originally from the 49th Edition of the New Homes Guide, a magazine showcasing new home designs from 1963.
The following description accompanied the design:
DEAN BRYANT VOLLENDORF, designer
Even in the smallest house it is possible to create an illusion of greater space. There is nary a straight line in this house. Result? Your eye keeps moving, is never stopped by a corner or a dead-end wall. All rooms merge into one seemingly great area. But they close off, too, for adequate privacy. The living room is down three steps; all around, a built-in sofa. No space is wasted for unnecessary furniture. Beyond, two bedrooms can be opened up by sturdy folding wood doors so space can be used for living (You would furnish bedrooms with sofa beds.) On either side of the living room: a dining room with folding doors to the kitchen; a study with a guest bed. Square footage: 800.
It seems like a great house at only 880 square feet, but I'm sure it would be costly to build due to all of the unique features.
Thanks to those whose models I've included, especially to M6454 for the Avanti car in the driveway. It seemed the perfect car for this house.
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