Thursday

Phoenix Home Architecture 1960s



I was out last week, had my camera and came across a community with some interesting home architecture. I believe these homes were built in the 1960s...if anyone else knows for sure, let me know. The first house, as I was finishing taking pictures a gentleman came to the window and began waving...now the question is was he being friendly, or was he waving me away and didn't want me to take a picture...I didn't stop to ask.

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samsstuff said...

Interesting homes, especially the first one! The first one looks more 60's or possibly even 50's, to me anyway. The second look like a 70's house, so maybe late 60's to 70's. It was a very popular style at the time. Just based on other homes I've seen, anyway.
The man in the first home probably gets a lot of questions about his unique home, so hopefully he was just being friendly...

MAB Jewelry said...

There's an A frame similar to that first house not to far from me here in Ohio. I have always loved that interesting house.

alexkeller said...

i bet you could look up the area and find out when it was developed. i'm guessing 60s early 70s - maybe i'll find it in these home design books! http://www.etsy.com/listing/41235557/vintage-design-book-designs-for

Waterrose said...

Very cool books! I've seen those split levels in Ohio. Not so many splits here...lol

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