The Lustron Corporation of Columbus, OH manufactured enamel-clad steel homes from 1947 to 1950. The futuristic homes had radiant heat, built-in components, and low maintenance exteriors. The original concept of the Lustron Company was to provide low-cost, quality housing for veterans of WWII. The homes were delivered by flatbed trailer and constructed on-site within days. Approximately 2680 were built across the U.S. and Vestal is fortunate to have these two small models. Historic Designations: 2012 Local Historic Landmark 2012 State and National Register Eligible
Lustron House at 2448 Vestal Parkway E.
Lustron House at 2452 Vestal Parkway E.
Backstory and Context
These two homes are located next to each other opposite the Town Square Mall.
Historian's Office Files.