Post-War Style

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Atlanta Homes Connected by 1944 Streetcar
Memorial Drive in Atlanta, 1944
A post-war home is one of many similar-sized houses in the neighborhood.
Post-war homes have more amenities than pre-war homes.
Post-war high-rise apartments have more space then pre-war spaces.
Garages in New York City apartments.
A post-war home is known for its basic style.
Post-war homes are known for their small living space.
Post-war apartment in New York City.
Post-war architecture in New York City.
  • An Atlanta Streetcar circa 1944

    Included in this mini gallery are Atlanta homes connected by the streetcar, a map of the Nine Mile Trolley route and an original streetcar circa 1944.   See the Gallery

  • Post-war architecture in New York City.

    See examples of the post-war architectural style and famous post-war landmarks.   See the Gallery

  • Post-War Ranch

    Published 02/18/13 in Houses
    Post-War Ranch

    Basic and functional with small square footage and generally a kitchen window facing the backyard, this home is a blank slate for garden design. First, focus on that kitchen window and create a…   See the Image

  • Avondale Estates, Atlanta, Ga.

    This Atlanta-area neighborhood decks the halls and gives back. A community Christmas tree lighting kicks off the holiday season, but everyone does their part to light up the season. Avondale…   See the Image

  • You've seen post-war houses -- you may even live in one. They're everywhere -- those single-story houses, sometimes split-level homes, that are boxy, brick and ordinary. Homes built after World War…   Read the Article