These 1950s houses have common design elements:  low-sloped roofs with generous overhangs; horizontal siding; flat-roofed carports; wide expanses of floor to ceiling windows; and unique chimney designs.  Basic post and beam construction was used to keep costs low.  Nestled in wooded hills, these mid-century modern designs, in Goodman’s own words, make the houses appear to “…slide through the trees.”