I was taking pictures...and not real sure I was supposed to. I wanted to show you that the second owner in the 1980's removed the crank out windows, and added glass block, which was very popular to do at that time.
The little dining room was bright and cheery (sorry about the blurr). Remember, I was trying to take pictures on the sly.
Their young son's room was also bight and cheery
Two of the three bathrooms had custom made vessel sinks, and more glass block.
One bathroom had a very deep Japanese soaking tub. I had never seen one...have you?
This cozy family room was an add on, as was another bedroom and two bathrooms. Like so many houses built right after the war there were only two bedrooms and one bath.
Since we were docents for a shift of two and a half hours we were given free tickets to tour the other four houses. It made for a fun Saturday and kept me out of the crowed stores.
I am not sure that any other countries have home tours? I know they have tours of historical homes. ...but do folks open their homes where you live for touring?