Interesting period piece, but does it have value?

the fifties are calling: they want their cardboard model back

the fifties are calling: they want their cardboard model back

7 Memory Lane (off Riversville Road, and so named because it ends at a cemetery), has reduced its price to $1,695 million. It’s kind of cool, as an example of untouched, mid-1950s modern architecture, but I wonder what the market is for a house with no central air, two first-floor bedrooms with a shared, tiny bathroom, and a third guest bedroom on the floor below, plus a one-car garage and a carport? All on the west side of town.

Maybe a weekend retreat for an avant garde West Village couple with a pair of shih tzus but otherwise, tough sell, I predict.