Indiana Landmarks: 'House of Tomorrow' needs repairs today
BEVERLY SHORES, Ind. -- It's called the "House of Tomorrow," but right now, it's not even fit for the homeless.
Indiana Landmarks -- a group dedicated to saving state history -- said the home is in danger.
It was built for the 1933 World's Fair in Chicago and featured a dishwasher and garage door opener -- things not common at the time.
It also had a garage for the family plane.
Red tape is keeping the Indiana Dunes home from being repaired.
It's now on a list of the 10 most endangered landmarks.