America's Little House smart phone scan.
In 1934 the New York Committee of Better Homes in America, Inc., in cooperation with the Columbia Broadcasting System, introduced the public to a wave of the future in home ownership. A residential prototype was built on the corner of 39th Street and Park Avenue in New York City that year. “America’s Little House,” as it was called, was built to showcase “high standards of architecture and construction, and of carefully budgeted furnishings and landscape planning,” according to a 30-page brochure on the project.
An exact replica of that famed “avatar of modern suburban life” was constructed at 1125 Sasco Hill Road in Fairfield’s Sasco neighborhood the following year, according to its co-listing agents, Laurie Morris and Michael Mombello. less