The Atlanta plan was typical of the many small, but traditionals that were popular with first-time, post-WWII home buyers. Its tiny footprint made it ideal for a young couple just starting out. Two small bedrooms and living room plus a cosy eat-in kitchen was considered ideal. Built of good quality materials with cross-ventilation in every room, it was a sound investment and way to begin building equity. This plan was originally offered as the Mt. Vernon from 1941 to 1949. It was discontinued in 1952.
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