An accidental hipster.
I was looking at Real Estate, and decided to look at Levittown, PA. Since the houses are quite small by today's standards, most of them have been extensively remodeled and remuddled.
I came across this one, and my first thought was that some young hipsters owned it because of the furniture in the living room. But when I looked at the rest of the pictures, I decided that the owner must be an elderly modernist who bought the house in the 1950s-early 1970s.
The colors are depressing in that mid-century way, but there are a couple of important modernist pieces in there. This appears to be a fully intact 1951-designed Levittowner model
Multipurpose Room (sometimes divided into 3rd BR)
Kitchen (Catch the under-the-sink Dishwasher, and plastic organizer next to the fridge. I think the washer and dryer used to go next to the fireplace. This would have been an all-metal kitchen if this is a circa 1951 version of the house. The Avocado and plastic bottle glass says post-1966-67 kitchen remodel.