I liked the straightforward clean lines, and the attention that someone had paid to the small details. The house definitely needs some attention, the floors are a little warped and the plywood is starting to de-laminate in a few spots. The front face is removable - it is on the floor to the left.
The kitchen still has a few items left by it former tenants. It had a great linoleum floor complete with colored borders. The wainscot was also made from linoleum.
I am guessing the bathroom had been remodeled at some point. Real tile was used on the floor.
The living room has a great fireplace.
Here is a view of the entry hall and the stairs.
I was fascinated by the shingles. They were pieces of wood cut so that you could see the grain, and stained all different colors to give the appearance of slate.
Around back there was a switch for the lights and a hidden door into the attic which concealed the transformer and all of the wiring for each room's light fixture.
each set of wires of carefully laid out and labeled. I am guessing the house is from the 1940's - possibly earlier. If you have any ideas, I would be interested to hear them.