In this shot -and the three that follow- the Greendale Model Home is displayed, as it was being shown in March 1937. In the beginning, Scandinavian-style furniture was to be sold along with rental units in Greendale. Budget cuts put a stop to this...but furniture was offered for sale at the other two green suburbs.
Photo from Library of Congress / Russell Lee


In Greendale abodes, first level floors were tiled. Upstairs, floors were hardwood. As seen here, there were no living room ceilings on the first floor. The bottom side of the upstairs floor was left exposed.   
Photo from Library of Congress / Russell Lee


A "Greendaler" kitchen. A single-bowl sink and electric range were provided.
Photo from Library of Congress / Russell Lee


A refrigerator also came with each Greendale home. Apparently, it is sitting behind the photographer, out of view of the camera.
Photo from Library of Congress / Russell Lee


One, two, three and four bedroom units were available.
Photo from Library of Congress / Russell Lee